Furiously meaning

Furiously meaning When you do something furiously, you do it in a very angry manner. If you furiously tell your friend to stop looking at her phone while she drives, she’s going to know you’re serious.

When you write an irate letter to the editor, you’re likely to do it furiously, and when you deny another student’s accusation that you cheated on a test, you’ll respond furiously. Anything you do in an angry way is done furiously. You can also use the adjective to describe something that’s done with passion, as when a little girl bicycles furiously downtown, hoping to get there right when the library opens.

Definitions of furiously
  1. adverb

    in a manner marked by extreme or violent energy

    “the boys fought
    furiously
    “she went peddling
    furiously up the narrow street”
  2. adverb

    in an impassioned or very angry manner

    “she screamed
    furiously at her tormentors”
  3. adverb

    (of the elements) in a wild and stormy manner

    “winds were blowing
    furiously
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