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synonyms for fiercely

  • angrily
  • boldly
  • brutally
  • ferociously
  • forcefully
  • frantically
  • furiously
  • madly
  • mightily
  • passionately
  • savagely
  • severely
  • vehemently
  • viciously
  • wildly
  • awfully
  • forcibly
  • frenziedly
  • frighteningly
  • hard
  • horribly
  • impetuously
  • in a frenzy
  • irresistibly
  • like cats and dogs
  • maleficiently
  • malevolently
  • malignly
  • monstrous
  • no holds barred
  • riotously
  • roughly
  • stormily
  • tempestuously
  • terribly
  • threateningly
  • tigerishly
  • tooth and nail
  • turbulently
  • uncontrollably
  • venomously
  • with bared teeth
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antonyms for fiercely

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  • calmly
  • gently
  • kindly
  • mildly
  • quietly
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How to use fiercely in a sentence

Still, there has always been an earnestness about him — a fierce loyalty to teammates, an obsession with studying and preparing and a warmth that always made him one of the most popular players everywhere he played.
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It would have used those fierce tentacles — the longest was 14 feet — to latch onto its prey and pull it closer to its beaklike mouth.
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The closer we get to the holidays, the more competition gets fierce over major seasonal terms.
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The second-half battles have been too fierce to suggest that winning won’t follow eventually.
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In the 1990s, a fierce confrontation in the Pacific Northwest pitted loggers against activists and scientists trying to defend ancient forests.
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They will also run into fierce Senate GOP resistance to any effort to structurally change the Supreme Court or eliminate the legislative filibuster.
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“I never thought twice about the story that I wanted to tell,” said Lister-Jones, who felt a fierce connection to the original as a young outsider.
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The company faced fierce criticism from employees and some lawmakers that it wasn’t doing enough to protect workers.
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Like Hardwick, Taubes has a fierce imagination and perspective.
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Nonetheless, the plan has generated fierce opposition from community groups that oppose more development in their neighborhoods.
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WORDS RELATED TO FIERCELY

  • bitterly
  • crisply
  • crossly
  • fiercely
  • furiously
  • heatedly
  • hotly
  • in anger
  • indignantly
  • infuriatedly
  • irately
  • irritably
  • madly
  • savagely
  • sharply
  • tempestuously
  • testily
  • violently
  • wildly
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.