furiously

  • 1 furiously — 1550s, from FURIOUS (Cf. furious) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …

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  • 2 furiously — adverb 1. (of the elements) in a wild and stormy manner (Freq. 7) winds were blowing furiously • Derived from adjective: ↑furious 2. in a manner marked by extreme or violent energy (Freq. 2) the boys fought furiously she went peddling …

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  • 3 furiously — adverb a) in a furious manner; angrily. He glared furiously at the offender. b) quickly; frantically; with great effort or speed. He tried furiously to get it to work before the deadline …

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  • 4 furiously — adv. Furiously is used with these adjectives: ↑angry Furiously is used with these verbs: ↑argue, ↑bark, ↑beat, ↑blink, ↑blush, ↑boil, ↑bubble, ↑demand, ↑glare, ↑hiss, ↑ …

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  • 5 furiously — furious ► ADJECTIVE 1) extremely angry. 2) full of energy or intensity. DERIVATIVES furiously adverb. ORIGIN Latin furiosus, from furia fury …

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  • 6 Furiously — Furious Fu ri*ous, a. [L. furiosus, fr. furia rage, fury: cf. F. furieux. See {Fury}.] 1. Transported with passion or fury; raging; violent; as, a furious animal. [1913 Webster] 2. Rushing with impetuosity; moving with violence; as, a furious… …

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  • 7 furiously — adverb see furious …

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  • 8 furiously — See furious. * * * …

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  • 9 furiously — Synonyms and related words: a corps perdu, all to pieces, amain, angrily, apace, at once, by forced marches, carelessly, cursorily, deliriously, demonically, desperately, distractedly, expeditiously, fanatically, feverishly, fiercely, frantically …

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  • 10 furiously — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adverb In a violent, strenuous way: fiercely, frantically, frenziedly, hard, strenuously. See STRONG …

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  • 11 furiously — adv American extremely. A hyperbolic vogue term in use among the Vals of the 1990s and fea t ured in the 1994 US film Clueless …

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  • 12 furiously — adv. angrily, wrathfully; violently, tempestuously, energetically …

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  • 13 furiously — fu·ri·ous·ly …

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  • 14 furiously — See: furious …

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  • 15 Colorless green ideas sleep furiously — Approximate X Bar representation of Colorless green ideas sleep furiously. See phrase structure rules. Colorless green ideas sleep furiously is a sentence composed by Noam Chomsky in his 1957 Syntactic Structures as an example of a sentence that… …

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  • 16 Colorless green ideas sleep furiously — «Бесцветные зелёные мысли спят яростно»[1] (англ. Colorless green ideas sleep furiously)  пример, использованный Н. Хомским в книге «Синтаксические структуры» для демонстрации неэквивалентности понятий «грамматичность» и «осмысленность» …

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  • 17 furious — furiously, adv. furiousness, n. /fyoor ee euhs/, adj. 1. full of fury, violent passion, or rage; extremely angry; enraged: He was furious about the accident. 2. intensely violent, as wind or storms. 3. of unrestrained energy, speed, etc.: furious …

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  • 18 with a vengeance — furiously, angrily; more intensely, with great strength …

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  • 19 διαλοιδορῆι — διαλοιδορῇ , διαλοιδορέομαι rail furiously at pres subj mp 2nd sg διαλοιδορῇ , διαλοιδορέομαι rail furiously at pres ind mp 2nd sg διαλοιδορῇ , διαλοιδορέομαι rail furiously at pres subj mp 2nd sg διαλοιδορῇ , διαλοιδορέομαι rail furiously at… …

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  • 20 furious — [[t]fjʊ͟əriəs[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED: usu v link ADJ, oft ADJ at/with n, ADJ that Someone who is furious is extremely angry. He is furious at the way his wife has been treated... I am furious that it has taken so long to uncover what really happened …

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