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Word of the Day 04/29/21 Frumious

Frumious (adjective)
frumious [ froo-mee-uhs ]


adjective
1. very angry.

Origin: Coined by Lewis Carroll in Through the Looking Glass (1871), a blend, Carroll claimed, of fuming and furious

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