Fulminant

Fulminant ˈfu̇l-mə-nənt, ˈfəl- is any event or process that occurs suddenly and quickly, and is intense and severe to the point of lethality, i.e., it has an explosive character. The word comes from Latin fulmināre, to strike with lightning. It is most frequently used in medicine, and there are several diseases described by this adjective.....
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fulminant

[adj] - sudden and severe
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Fulminant

• (a.) Thundering; fulminating.
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fulminant

adjective sudden and severe; `fulminant pain`; `fulminant fever`
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Fulminant

Ful'mi·nant adjective [ Latin fulminans , present participle of fulminare to lighten: confer French fulminant .] Thundering; fulminating. [ R.] Bailey.
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FULMINANT

an unusually severe or aggressive form of a disease.
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Fulminant

describes a disorder that begins suddenly and worsens quickly
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Fulminant

Occurring suddenly with great intensity
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fulminant

Occurring suddenly, with lightning-like rapidity, and with great intensity or severity; applied to certain pains, e.g., those of tabes dorsalis. ... Compare: fulgurant. ... Origin: L. Fulmino, pp. -atus, to hurl lightning, fr. Fulmen, lightning ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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FULMINANT

Sudden and intense.
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fulminant

Type: Term Pronunciation: ful′mi-nănt Definitions: 1. Occurring suddenly, with lightninglike rapidity, and with great intensity or severity (meningococcal meningitis).
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