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Princeton's WordNet

  1. furiouslyadverb

    (of the elements) in a wild and stormy manner

    "winds were blowing furiously"

  2. furiouslyadverb

    in a manner marked by extreme or violent energy

    "the boys fought furiously"; "she went peddling furiously up the narrow street"

  3. furiouslyadverb

    in an impassioned or very angry manner

    "she screamed furiously at her tormentors"


  1. furiouslyadverb

    in a furious manner; angrily.

    He glared furiously at the offender.

  2. furiouslyadverb

    quickly; frantically; with great effort or speed.

    He tried furiously to get it to work before the deadline.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Furiouslyadverb

    Madly; violently; vehemently.

    Etymology: from furious.

    Which when his brother saw, fraught with great grief
    And wrath, he to him leapt furiously. Fairy Queen, b. ii.

    They observe countenance to attend the practice; and this carries them on furiously to that which of themselves they are inclined. Robert South, Sermons.

    She heard not half, so furiously she flies;
    Fear gave her wings. Dryden.


  1. furiously

    Furiously is an adverb that describes an action done with extreme energy, intensity or anger. It implies a high degree of agitation, rage or speed. It can be used to describe enrage emotional outburst, rapid and intense activity, among others.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of furiously in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of furiously in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of furiously in a Sentence

  1. Philip Hammond:

    The president hasn't yet had a chance to discuss with the prime minister the white paper, which was after all only published yesterday, and I know she's looking forward to the opportunity to discuss with the president how we can take forward the big opportunities for increasing trade and investment between the UK and the United States that she mentioned last night during the dinner at Blenheim, i saw that the president was nodding furiously last night as she was speaking last night and I'm sure there will be a very positive discussion between them today.

  2. William Keeton:

    The colors this year are coming about two weeks earlier than normal and will probably go by fast and furiously, largely, this is because the drought creates stress for the trees -- physiological stress. So from that standpoint, while the drought may enhance some of the colors, the stress is not a good thing and may be a harbinger of things to come with climate change.

  3. John Podesta:

    Even with someone who was furiously trying to go in the opposite direction, the United States stayed the course because people of good will in local office and in governor's mansions around the country stepped up, and they kept us on track, that's a different story than,' Oh you can't trust the United States because they elected Biden White.' You hear that a lot. And this is the other way of thinking about it.

  4. Randeshwaro Palhist:

    Intelligent people are not even interested in Covid vaccines & oxygen , but hired agents are discussing furiously about its price, availability, pros & cons only to promote its sales and their posts get many likes, comment, retweets and share only from own paid people.

  5. Perry Brass:

    There may be a point in your life in which you are drowning so fast and fighting it so furiously that you don’t have the strength left to call out for help. At that point don’t expect one of your friends to jump into the water, if you've spent most of your life instructing them to mind their own business.

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