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Origin of ferocity
OTHER WORDS FROM ferocitynon·fe·roc·i·ty, noun
Words nearby ferocity
Example sentences from the Web for ferocity
Haussmann’s boulevards, where vehicles once cut through Paris with speed and ferocity, were suddenly desolate.In a gray, empty Paris, this corner shop’s colorful posters transport you wherever you want to go|Lily Radziemski|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
Again, Belarus compared to Ukraine has a much more pervasive and brutal security service that will crack down with ferocity.
Phone lines would catch fire from the velocity and ferocity of his words.David Garth, the Consultant Who Talked Up to Voters|Jeff Greenfield|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He was just seamlessly being this person—the ferocity and intensity was incredible.
But when protests in Syria turned to civil war in June 2011, that activism took on a new ferocity.
They are clashing with Israeli police with a ferocity not seen since the second Intifada.
The German Panzers fought with suicidal ferocity, storming the hill until it was rimmed with a bulwark of bodies.
Some peculiar lines between these contracted brows gave a character of ferocity to this forbidding and sensual face.Checkmate|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
By this illustration the native ferocity of the eighteenth-century caricaturists is glaringly exemplified.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries|Charles G. Harper
The eyes had something of the ferocity but also the fidelity of a well-trained watch-dog.A Butterfly on the Wheel|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
His intensely black eyes, blacker even than the eyes of Coronado, had a stare of absolutely indescribable ferocity.
There was hardly a face among that gang of wild riders which did not outdo the face of Texas Smith in degraded ferocity.