Foulder Foul"der, v. i. [OE. fouldre lightning, fr. F. foudre, OF. also fouldre, fr. L. fulgur. See {Fulgor}.] To flash, as lightning; to lighten; to gleam; to thunder. [Obs.] ``Flames of fouldering heat.'' --Spenser. [1913 Webster]

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