Definition of 'firestorm'
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The popular journals sparked a firestorm of protest. America Past and Present (1995)What did we learn in the midst of the firestorm of publicity and controversy? Christianity Today (2000)It triggered a firestorm of criticism from across the political spectrum, including some of his most stalwart conservative backers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The firestorm of criticism has let him to regret bitterly his involvement with New Era. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The Barclays chief executive, has found himself in the centre of a firestorm of publicity as scandal has engulfed his bank and potentially many others. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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