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furious

[ fyoor-ee-uhs ]
/ ˈfyʊər i əs /
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adjective
full of fury, violent passion, or rage; extremely angry; enraged: He was furious about the accident.
intensely violent, as wind or storms.
of unrestrained energy, speed, etc.: furious activity.
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Origin of furious

First recorded in 1300–50; Middle English word from Latin word furiōsus.See fury, -ous

OTHER WORDS FROM furious

fu·ri·ous·ly, adverbfu·ri·ous·ness, noun
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How to use furious in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for furious

furious
/ (ˈfjʊərɪəs) /

adjective
extremely angry or annoyed; raging
violent, wild, or unrestrained, as in speed, vigour, energy, etc

Derived forms of furious

furiously, adverbfuriousness, noun
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Other Idioms and Phrases with furious

furious

see fast and furious.

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