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synonyms for tigerishly

  • 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
  • tooth and nail
  • turbulently
  • uncontrollably
  • venomously
  • with bared teeth

antonyms for tigerishly

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

With an oath he leaped upon his visitor, and fought tigerishly.
DESTINYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
A deep flush sprang to Howard's face, his jaws clenched, his eyes blazed tigerishly.
KENTUCKY IN AMERICAN LETTERS, V. 2 OF 2JOHN WILSON TOWNSEND
An exultant, designing expression came into his 149 eyes, he grinned, his teeth showing tigerishly.
THE COMING OF THE LAWCHARLES ALDEN SELTZER
And MacRae knew that if they married and Betty were not happy and contented, they would both be tigerishly miserable.
POOR MAN'S ROCKBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
He snarled, tigerishly, and fastened his hands on the Martian's narrow throat.
DUEL ON SYRTISPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
Never had Paul Jones seen men fight more tigerishly or with better aim than his were now doing.
THE STORY OF JOHN PAUL JONESCHELSEA CURTIS FRASER
Long wanted and at last cornered, Frazer had fought tigerishly and died in his tracks, preferring death to capture.
SLIPPY MCGEE, SOMETIMES KNOWN AS THE BUTTERFLY MANMARIE CONWAY OEMLER
Rachel's pride as a young married woman was tigerishly alert and hungry that evening.
THE PRICE OF LOVEARNOLD BENNETT
As it sprang tigerishly in the air and fell, fixing its predatory claws in another cut, Dorinda looked down with a startled air.
THE PROPHET OF THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINSCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK
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