Fierce and Violent


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Fierce adjective – Extreme in degree, power, or effect.
Usage example: a fierce wind made the frigid temperatures seem even worse

Violent is a synonym for fierce in intense topic. In some cases you can use "Violent" instead an adjective "Fierce", when it comes to topics like exorbitant, harsh, brutal, powerful. popular alternative
Nearby Words: fiercely, fierceness
Synonyms for Fierce


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Violent adjective – Marked by bursts of destructive force or intense activity.
Usage example: a violent fight that left several people badly hurt

Fierce is a synonym for violent in brutal topic. You can use "Fierce" instead an adjective "Violent", if it concerns topics such as intense, exorbitant, harsh, powerful. popular alternative
Nearby Words: violence, violently, violator
Synonyms for Violent

Things that words describes

girl fierce girl violent girl
temper fierce temper violent temper
character fierce character violent character
action fierce action violent action
Other nouns: attack, people, men, nature, personality, fight, battle, monster, war, hatred, attacks, fights, monsters.

Both words in one sentence

  • Lady of War She holds herself with grace and dignity at all times, while retaining the fierce and violent aspect of a Klingon noble.
    Source: Lady of War
  • Unfortunately they also made him fierce, vicious and violent, and he broke out of confinement in order to gain his freedom.
  • Misaimed Marketing This bit Warner Brothers in the butt something fierce when Batman Returns was released and turned out to be a significantly darker and more violent film than its predecessor.
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