ferocities[ fuh-ros-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF ferocities
Synonyms for ferocities
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEROCITIES
The ferocities are sometimes prompted by personal vengeance.
Could it have expurgated these ferocities it would have done so.
An animal in her ferocities, her mute instincts, her supreme patience, her physical perfectness of body and of health.
The Indians were gentle and amiable in character, and naturally timid; with no taste for the ferocities of war.
Manifestly these ferocities were de bonne guerre in the society to which Homer sang.
As he grovelled in the dust before Shalmaneser, did no memory of his own ferocities darken his humiliated soul?
And it seemed too dreadful to her to associate that gentle spirit with all the ferocities and the carnage of a battlefield.