furiously

[ fyoo r-ee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF furiously
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FURIOUSLY

He tears the document, and throws the pieces about furiously.

It was high time, for the bears were furiously engaged in the work of demolition.

The sound of a horse at a gallop came fast and furiously up the hill.

Coryston had been furiously angry when the terms of his father's will were revealed.

I was furiously angry with her, but I was more angry with myself.

His heart sank as he saw how furiously the fire was raging and how near it seemed to be.

Ike abandoned his laugh, but his face was furiously grinning.

Furiously the General swore that the expedition was at an end.

For reward she struck him madly, furiously in the face, and he had to stifle her again.

A voice on the poop said furiously in English, "Stand fast, men."

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, from furious + -ly (2).

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