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Furious vs. Furiously

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Furiousadjective

Feeling great anger; raging; violent.

‘a furious animal; parent furious at their child's behaviour’;

Furiouslyadverb

In a furious manner; angrily.

‘He glared furiously at the offender.’;

Furiousadjective

Rushing with impetuosity; moving with violence.

‘a furious stream; a furious wind or storm’;

Furiouslyadverb

Quickly; frantically; with great effort or speed.

‘He tried furiously to get it to work before the deadline.’;

Furiousadjective

Transported with passion or fury; raging; violent; as, a furious animal.

Furiouslyadverb

Intensely, as with embarrassment.

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Furiousadjective

Rushing with impetuosity; moving with violence; as, a furious stream; a furious wind or storm.

Furiouslyadverb

(of the elements) in a wild and stormy manner;

‘winds were blowing furiously’;

Furiousadjective

marked by extreme and violent energy;

‘a ferocious beating’; ‘fierce fighting’; ‘a furious battle’;

Furiouslyadverb

in a manner marked by extreme or violent energy;

‘the boys fought furiously’; ‘she went peddling furiously up the narrow street’;

Furiousadjective

marked by extreme anger;

‘the enraged bull attached’; ‘furious about the accident’; ‘a furious scowl’; ‘infuriated onlookers charged the police who were beating the boy’; ‘could not control the maddened crowd’;

Furiouslyadverb

in an impassioned or very angry manner;

‘she screamed furiously at her tormentors’;

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Furiousadjective

(of the elements) as if showing violent anger;

‘angry clouds on the horizon’; ‘furious winds’; ‘the raging sea’;

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