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This unexpected opposition excited the fierce resentment of the captain.
Afterward his uncle came in a fierce humor, slamming the door.
When a woman loves a fierce man she takes the risk of his fierceness.
She could be fierce and wicked; she is ignorant and bitter about many things; I am afraid for her.
The voice, too, when he spoke, was as deep and as fierce as the growl of a beast of prey.
He bent closer to his companion, and spoke with a fierce intensity that brooked no denial.
Mrs. McKee's tone, which had been fierce at the beginning, ended feebly.
It filled his heart with delight to play with the fierce, imperious animal he rode.
Close behind them came the fierce dogs, snarling at their very heels.
He was as wicked as most of the race, fierce, violent, and voluptuous.
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