On another occasion, he turned his fury on his son Alejandro.
If She is a woman, well, Hell hath something to learn about fury.
Hell hath no fury like a woman whose breasts are engorged with milk.
But Niall Ferguson claims they should direct their fury at the profligate spending of the baby boomers.
The fury sparked by the disappearance of more thant 40 students in Iquala will not die.
In a fury she threw the pitcher on the ground and broke it into a hundred pieces.
Just as we reached the lake, the storm burst in all its fury.
After some little delay, the fury was ready for another voyage.
In his panic and his fury he leaped up and down, pulling at the whistle-cord.
This put her lover in such a fury that he tried to kill her.
late 14c., "fierce passion," from Old French furie (14c.), from Latin furia "violent passion, rage, madness," related to furere "to rage, be mad." Romans used Furiæ to translate Greek Erinyes, the collective name for the avenging deities sent from Tartarus to punish criminals (in later accounts three in number and female). Hence, figuratively, "an angry woman" (late 14c.).
as attributed to God, is a figurative expression for dispensing afflictive judgments (Lev. 26:28; Job 20:23; Isa. 63:3; Jer. 4:4; Ezek. 5:13; Dan. 9:16; Zech. 8:2).