Etymology
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furore (n.)

1790, Italian form of furor, borrowed into English originally in the sense "enthusiastic popular admiration;" it later descended to mean the same thing as furor and lost its usefulness.

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Definitions of furore

furore (n.)
an interest followed with exaggerated zeal;
Synonyms: fad / craze / furor / cult / rage
furore (n.)
a sudden outburst (as of protest);
Synonyms: furor
From wordnet.princeton.edu