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frumious

adjective
fuming and furious


Etymology: invented by Lewis Carroll as blend of fuming and furious.


http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/frumious


Tonia found herself so irrevocably frumious when she discovered that none of her students had done the assignment that she handed out a ridiculously difficult pop quiz right then and there.
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