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furious (adjective), more furious, most furious
1. Extremely or violently angry: Maxine had a furious reaction with her brother for spreading lies about her married life.
2. Relating to an extreme anger in action or appearance; fierce: A furious fight took place between the two dogs until one finally ran away.
3. Characteristic of a great deal of energy, violence, and speed: The car race included furious speeds which resulted in several terrible accidents.
A reference to violent rage and passion.
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This entry is located in the following units: fur-, furi- (page 1) -ous, -ious, -eous (page 10)
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(Latin: anger, wrath, rage; enraged, furious)
(Latin: madness, to be mad; to rave, to be furious)