Furious and Tempestuous

Furious

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Furious adjective – Marked by bursts of destructive force or intense activity.
Usage example: rioters went on a furious rampage, doing over $2,000,000 in damage

Tempestuous is a synonym for furious in behaviour topic. In some cases you can use "Tempestuous" instead an adjective "Furious", when it comes to topics like tumultuous, stormy, violent. popular alternative
Nearby Words: fury, furiously
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Tempestuous

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Tempestuous adjective – Marked by bursts of destructive force or intense activity.
Usage example: order was restored to the court after the judge put a stop to the defendant's tempestuous outburst

Furious is a synonym for tempestuous in behaviour topic. You can use "Furious" instead an adjective "Tempestuous", if it concerns topics such as howling, wild. popular alternative
Nearby Word: tempest
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