1. furious

adjective. ['ˈfjʊriːəs'] marked by extreme and violent energy.


  • fierce
  • violent
  • savage


  • civilized
  • supported
  • unenthusiastic
  • safe

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Rhymes with Furious

  • spurious
  • injurious
  • murias
  • curious

How do you pronounce furious?

Pronounce furious as fˈjʊriəs.

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Sentences with furious

1. Adjective
The Columbians were furious, saying that the price was too low and there would be no canal.

Quotes about furious

1. That was enterprising,"Will sounded nearly impressed.Nate smiled. Tess shot him a furious look. "Don't look pleased with yourself. When Will says 'enterprising' he means 'morally deficient.'""No, I mean enterprising,"said Will. "When I mean morally deficient, I say, 'Now, that's something I would have done'.
- Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Angel

2. '24' is a pretty serious show - there isn't a lot of improv that is happening. Having said that, I do play around with the delivery. A lot of the humor comes from playing a character who is very furious and really up in her own brain and in a serious situation. That is humorous to me.
- Mary Lynn Rajskub

3. In fact, the mere act of opening the box will determine the state of thecat, although in this case there were three determinate states the catcould be in: these being Alive, Dead, and Bloody Furious.
- Terry Pratchett, Lords and Ladies

2. furious

adjective. ['ˈfjʊriːəs'] marked by extreme anger.


  • angered
  • enraged
  • angry
  • maddened


  • healthy
  • clement
  • peaceful
  • mild

3. furious

adjective. ['ˈfjʊriːəs'] (of the elements) as if showing violent anger.


  • raging
  • tempestuous
  • angry
  • wild


  • tame
  • quiet
  • tractable
  • tameness