View definitions for ferociously


adverb as in insanely

adverb as in viciously

adverb as in wildly

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Example Sentences

With power and fortitude, Osaka outplays her idol to advance to Australian Open finalOsaka was ferocious after a slow start.

She’s ferocious on that aspect, and those players always improve when they come here.

A pandemic is a ferocious challenge, but at least some aspects of it can–with effort–be surmountable.

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It, too, reflected ferocious partisanship, exposed problems in the electoral process and ended in a raucous congressional session in which the losers tried to flip the results.

If you savor ferocious romance and fantasy, these will keep you happy for many pages.

She appeared at his side, impish smile in place, dutiful, fragrantly rather than ferociously sexy, and—frustratingly—an adjunct.

We know that, mercifully, democratization scourged us only once in ferociously modern style: during the Civil War.

He was always affable but ultimately unknowable; intellectually incurious but ferociously ambitious.

He also heavily outspent Bevin and went ferociously negative.

“The U.K. journalism world, in particular print journalism, is ferociously competitive,” he says.

They are, as someone has said, "ferociously virtuous," and share in the open-handed generosity of their husbands.

Then there was a sling-shot, ferociously stubby, and rather confusingly boyish.

His under-jaw stuck out ferociously, and the veins on his neck and forehead were swollen with indignation.

He towered above her with his clenched fist raised threateningly and his eyes glaring ferociously upon her.

However, Captain Candage seemed to be seeking sociability by bellowing ferociously, thudding his hard fist on the counter.


On this page you'll find 178 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ferociously, such as: murderously, berserk, destructively, frenziedly, in a frenzy, and insanely.

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