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Furies

/ ˈfjʊərɪz /

plural noun

  1. classical myth the snake-haired goddesses of vengeance, usually three in number, who pursued unpunished criminals Also calledErinyesEumenides


Furies

  1. In classical mythology , hideous female monsters who relentlessly pursued evildoers.


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But it turns out The Furies of Maidan is not a figment of his imagination.

Like the Furies, the Cheneys stand for unreason and emotionalism.

In Greek mythology the ocean furies attend upon fickle Poseidon.

Guarding the walls were the three Furies of the Greek legends.

Social war was visible there with all its horrors and its furies—every body saw it, and I myself forboded it like every body else.

Casual rejoicings and strange furies ensue among their deliberations.

Do you consider that virulent Pagan Goddesses and the flying torch-furies are extinct?

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