furious definition

  • adjective:
    • high in or described as severe fury; raging.
    • Suggestive of severe fury for action or appearance; intense. See Synonyms at upset.
    • packed with task; lively or fast: the mad rate for the trading floor.
    • Transported with passion or fury; raging; violent; because, a furious pet.
    • Rushing with impetuosity; moving with physical violence; because, a furious flow; a furious wind or storm.
    • Transported with enthusiasm or fury; raging; violent.
    • Rushing with impetuosity; moving with physical violence
    • (of elements) as if showing violent anger
    • marked by severe fury
    • marked by extreme and violent power
    • Full of or described as extreme anger; raging.
    • Suggestive of extreme fury in action or appearance; intense. See Synonyms at upset.
    • Full of task; energetic or quick: the furious pace regarding the trading flooring.
    • Transported with enthusiasm or fury; raging; violent; since, a furious animal.
    • Rushing with impetuosity; going with violence; as, a furious flow; a furious wind or storm.
    • Transported with passion or fury; raging; violent.
    • Rushing with impetuosity; moving with violence
    • (of elements) like showing violent anger
    • marked by extreme fury
    • marked by severe and violent power
    • high in or described as extreme anger; raging.
    • Suggestive of severe anger in action or look; brutal. See Synonyms at annoyed.
    • packed with task; energetic or rapid: the mad pace of trading floor.
    • Transported with passion or fury; raging; violent; as, a furious pet.
    • Rushing with impetuosity; moving with violence; since, a furious stream; a furious wind or storm.
    • Transported with passion or fury; raging; violent.
    • Rushing with impetuosity; going with physical violence
    • (of elements) as though showing violent fury
    • marked by extreme anger
    • marked by extreme and violent power
  • others:
    • high in fury; transported with enthusiasm; raging; violent: since, a furious pet.
    • Mad; frenzied; crazy.
    • Marked by fury or impetuosity; impelled by or moving with assault; vehement; boisterous: because, a furious blow; a furious wind or storm.
    • Synonyms Impetuous, flerce, frantic, tumultuous, turbulent, tempestuous, stormy, frustrated.
    • Full of fury; transported with enthusiasm; raging; violent: because, a furious animal.
    • Mad; frenzied; outrageous.
    • Marked by fury or impetuosity; impelled by or moving with violence; vehement; boisterous: as, a furious blow; a furious wind or storm.
    • Synonyms Impetuous, flerce, frantic, tumultuous, turbulent, tempestuous, stormy, crazy.
    • high in fury; transported with passion; raging; violent: as, a furious pet.
    • Mad; frenzied; outrageous.
    • Marked by fury or impetuosity; impelled by or going with violence; vehement; boisterous: as, a furious blow; a furious wind or violent storm.
    • Synonyms Impetuous, flerce, frantic, tumultuous, turbulent, tempestuous, stormy, enraged.

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