apoplexy /ˈapəplɛksi/

a

I. noun [ mass noun]

1.
‹dated› unconsciousness or incapacity resulting from a cerebral haemorrhage or stroke.

Browne died of apoplexy.
2.
‹informal› extreme anger

the decision has aroused apoplexy among environmentalists.
– origin late Middle English: from Old French apoplexie, from late Latin apoplexia, from Greek apoplēxia, from apoplēssein ‘disable by a stroke’.

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