furious[ fyoo r-ee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF furious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FURIOUS
Then there was a furious clamor and a huge dog rushed at him.
He was furious at this supposition that she would continue in her irregular practices.
When he found that the ice was out and the beer warm and flat, he was furious.
Then, with a brusque movement of furious resolution, he disappeared in the night.
Thud, thud—ta-thud, thud—on they charged at a furious pace directly at us.
Like a bull with shut eyes she held dead upon her furious course!
"I dunno's any such speech is called for here," said she, in a furious self-betrayal.
The thunder and lightning had long ago passed over, but the rain was furious.
I was furious, and put my tongue out, and this made all the table laugh.
I was furious and wildly excited with the turn my joke had taken.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FURIOUS
- at wits' end
- beside oneself
- flipped out
- freaked out
- hot and bothered
- hot under the collar
- in a stew
- in a tizzy
- keyed up
- out of control
- shook up
- spazzed out
- weirded out
- wigged out
- worked up