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furious

fu·ri·ous

furious

 
 
pronunciation:
fyu ri s
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: full of fury; violently angry; enraged.
Furious citizens rioted, setting fire to buildings and looting shops.Convinced that the umpire had made a bad call, the fans were furious.He was furious when he discovered that his insurance rate had increased again.
synonyms:
enraged, incensed, infuriated, irate, mad, savage, wrathful
antonyms:
serene
similar words:
angry, fuming, livid, wild
definition 2: of storms or the like, extremely violent.
Trees were struck down in the furious storm.
synonyms:
fierce, raging, turbulent, wild
antonyms:
gentle, mild
similar words:
angry, brutal, rabid, stormy, tempestuous, vehement, violent
definition 3: characterized by intense passion or energy.
She worked at a furious pace to meet the deadline.
synonyms:
crazy, feverish, fierce, frantic, frenetic, heated, wild, zealous
antonyms:
lazy, quiet, sluggish
similar words:
desperate, fanatical, frenzied, hysterical, impassioned, intense, mad, manic, passionate, stormy, violent
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derivations: furiously (adv.), furiousness (n.)
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