Definition of 'fury'
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That would be upping the ante like fury. The Sun (2016)That moment was extremely dangerous and my disappointment turned into great fury and anger. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It would provoke fury from environmentalists and countryside campaigners. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In the sound and fury that follows anything linked to drugs we are in danger of forgetting what draws us to sport in the first place. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Its exposure caused fury in Congress. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But in addition to the sound and fury, I always hope to be better informed by the end of the show. Times, Sunday Times (2016)FIRST his brother sent the USA fans wild with fury. The Sun (2016)So the sound and fury do not signify all that much. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The kind of thing that drives a patient man or woman to fury? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Hell truly hath no fury like a mezzo scorned. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Where was the rage and the fury? Times, Sunday Times (2015)There was just pure fury on their faces. The Sun (2008)The scandal caused grief and fury within the kingdom. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Beyond those wings the ogre made a sound of baffled fury. A Plague of Angels (1993)In fury and rage they devised plans ceaselessly night and day. Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715 (1995)Hell hath no fury like an expert scorned. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Why all the sound and fury? Times, Sunday Times (2010)They're all righteous anger and fury. Times, Sunday Times (2012)All ran around in a sort of wild, unfocused fury. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, and the ladies in this documentary prove that. The Sun (2016)And a club whose attempts to get their man caused fury at Liverpool. The Sun (2013)But he hadn't banked on the fury of a woman scorned. The Sun (2013)We had been braced to face the fury of the Wehrmacht. Whicker's WarStudents have always been full of sound and fury, signifying very little. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, indeed. The Sun (2012)After the deluge a chastened Packard would face fury in the morning. Whicker's WarIt is a tale of sound and fury, heavy with adjectives. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)Attack causes fury in Britain. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'fury'
British English: fury NOUN
Fury is violent or very strong anger.
She screamed, her face distorted with fury and pain.
Definition of fury from the Collins English Dictionary
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