Entry: apoplectic (adj.)
In context: "Apoplectic premier rings AMNAT's president, only to be asked if his refrigerator's running."
Definition: Of, pertaining to, or causing, apoplexy.
apoplexy (n.): A malady, very sudden in its attack, which arrests more or less completely the powers of sense and motion; it is usually caused by an effusion of blood or serum in the brain, and preceded by giddiness, partial loss of muscular power, etc.
Other: Etymology: < French apoplexie, < Latin apoplēxia (occas. used in English), < Greek ἀποπληξία name of the same malady, < ἀποπλήσσ-ειν to disable by a stroke, < ἀπό off, (in comb.) completely + πλήσσ-ειν to strike
SNOOT score: 4
Source: Oxford English Dictionary