[fyoo r-ee-oh-soh; Italian foo-ryaw-zaw]Music.
- forceful; turbulent.
- forcefully; turbulently.
Origin of furioso
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The style of the Furioso is said to have taught Galileo how to write Italian.
And what is true of Rodomonte may be said of all the studied situations in the Furioso.
It was partly this that made Shelley shrink with loathing from the Furioso.
No doubt about it, the whole calamity to court and nation was the work of Furioso, and he had got the princess.
His name was Furioso, and his strength was known to surpass that of an army of ordinary men.
- in a frantically rushing manner
- a passage or piece to be performed in this way
C19: Italian, literally: furious; see fury