fume at (someone)

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fume at (someone)

To direct one's anger at someone. Don't fume at me because you overslept—it's not my fault you didn't hear your alarm. The boss is fuming at everyone who was involved in that project.
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fume at someone

Fig. to rage at someone. She was really fuming at Sam, who had broken her table leg.
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" He said, 'What have you got that moustache for?' and I replied, 'Why are you wearing those glasses - is it just for affectation?'" Johnnie, always a true professional who was never late during his long career, was left fuming at one Beatles recording session when John, George, Ringo and Paul turned up 90 minutes late, a no, no in Mr Gray's book.
And as Brian Jensen and Lennie Johnrose hesitated, he hooked the ball in to leave his two opponents fuming at one another.
But is there a local person who can say the bigoted psychos who give the rest of us a bad name haven't left them fuming at one time or another?