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Fury vs. Infuriation

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Furynoun

Extreme anger.

Infuriationnoun

(uncountable) Extreme anger.

Furynoun

Strength or violence in action.

Infuriationnoun

(countable) Something that causes extreme anger; an expression or instance of extreme anger.

Furynoun

An angry or malignant person.

Furynoun

(obsolete) A thief.

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Furynoun

A thief.

‘Have an eye to your plate, for there be furies.’;

Furynoun

Violent or extreme excitement; overmastering agitation or enthusiasm.

‘Her wit began to be with a divine fury inspired.’;

Furynoun

Violent anger; extreme wrath; rage; - sometimes applied to inanimate things, as the wind or storms; impetuosity; violence.

‘I do oppose my patience to his fury.’;

Furynoun

pl. (Greek Myth.) The avenging deities, Tisiphone, Alecto, and Megæra; the Erinyes or Eumenides.

‘The Furies, they said, are attendants on justice, and if the sun in heaven should transgress his path would punish him.’;

Furynoun

One of the Parcæ, or Fates, esp. Atropos.

‘Comes the blind Fury with the abhorred shears,And slits the thin-spun life.’;

Furynoun

A stormy, turbulent violent woman; a hag; a vixen; a virago; a termagant.

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Furynoun

a feeling of intense anger;

‘hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’; ‘his face turned red with rage’;

Furynoun

state of violent mental agitation

Furynoun

the property of being wild or turbulent;

‘the storm's violence’;

Furynoun

(classical mythology) the hideous snake-haired monsters (usually three in number) who pursued unpunished criminals

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