- adj. 狂怒的；猛烈的
- 狂怒的,暴怒的 very angry in an uncontrolled way
- [A]强烈的,激烈的 violent; intense; unrestrained
marked by extreme and violent energy;
"a ferocious beating"
"a furious battle"
marked by extreme anger;
"the enraged bull attached"
"furious about the accident"
"a furious scowl"
"infuriated onlookers charged the police who were beating the boy"
"could not control the maddened crowd"
(of the elements) as if showing violent anger;
"angry clouds on the horizon"
"the raging sea"
- I was annoyed, indeed furious, over what happened.
- If this news ever reaches her ears, she'll be furious.
- She maintained a calm exterior, though really she was furious.
- After receiving the insulting letter, he became furious.
- There was a furious knock at the door.
- The ship can weather the furious storm.
- It was a furious storm.
- He has a furious temper.
- The wind became furious, tearing leaves off trees, carrying great volumes of dust before it.
- She gets furious whenever you mention her weight problem.
- Your father is furious about the damage you have done to the flowerbeds.
- I was furious at his making such an accusation.
- He was furious at what I said.
- His wife was furious with him.
- The general was furious to hear of the defeat.
- He was furious that we left without him.
- It makes her furious to see animals being treated.
Caligula was furious with the knight..and gave him a good beating.出自： R. Graves
He swung away from them and ran at a furious speed down the stairs.出自： O. Manning
- furious, angry, indignant, raging
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自拉丁语的furiosus，意为愤怒；最初源自拉丁语的furia，意为狂怒。