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For any car fans in your life who have been cooped up indoors for months, here are some fun holiday gifts to satisfy their fast-and-furious fantasies.

How that’s done has been largely up to state officials, and the most furious fighting over it is happening in state capitols and courts.

After the test, her associate professor fired off a furious email ripping into her class for some “negative behavior” the software had flagged.

Spears gossip coverage became even more pantingly furious as her appearance changed.

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Emily is furious with Lorelai, and Lorelai is furious with Rory.

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The pale, baby-faced, red-cheeked rapper is furiously puffing away at a hastily-made blunt crammed with low-grade weed.

The regime reacted furiously, sentencing him to over eight years in prison.

Your Advanced Combat Helmet weighs seven pounds and the back pads press furiously into the corners of your skull.

It will go down as the only movie ever, probably, that features Josh Brolin furiously licking your armpit.

He becomes angry, intransigent, furiously scribbling notes; Chaz meets determination with determination.

Miss Christabel blushed furiously and emitted a sound half between a laugh and a scream.

Passing a bungalow that was blazing furiously, he saw in the compound the corpses of two women.

Augustus Theodore did not, in consequence of his father's absence, draw less furiously upon the bank!

There could be no doubting the errand that brought a cavalcade thus furiously from the direction of Lucknow.

He stood on the tiger-skin rug before the fender, watching his cousin and smoking furiously.


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On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to furiously, such as: energetically, fiercely, frantically, heatedly, hotly, and indignantly.

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