- ita telefuriously
Adjective(1) marked by extreme and violent energy(2) marked by extreme anger(3) (of the elements
(1) I needed to pace for a few minutes in order to get rid of some of the furious energy.(2) I have known from day one about there being no seatbelts and I am furious at the British Forces.(3) the game was played at a furious pace(4) The departments are furious at the misuse being made of their facilities.(5) When Paddy found out he was furious and stormed back into the office for an explanation.(6) A new home owner furious at faults with the construction has put up a warning notice to other potential buyers.(7) Another tale has it that several co-workers are furious at my caricaturing them on one post.(8) a furious argument(9) Linda Bennet is not the only one to be furious at the continuing loss of trees in Bexley and particularly Welling.(10) Aston Villa manager Graham Taylor was furious at the way his team had fallen off the pace in the second half.(11) she's furious with you about the letter(12) One time I was forced to get into a furious argument to stop my cover being blown.(13) He accelerates the images until they reach a furious speed resulting in a new kind of film space.(14) A furious Victor stormed back out of the Diary Room to square up to her and had to be restrained by Stuart.(15) A smoke bomb attack has left traders furious at the rising level of Witham youth crime.(16) If anything, the public is furious at Blunkett for not being heavy enough.
(1) fast and furious :: anapogi ma le ita tele
2. heated ::
4. wild ::
5. fierce ::
1. relaxed ::
e malolo ai
Different Formsfurious, furiously
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