Furious and Tranquil

Furious

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Furious adjective – Marked by great and often stressful excitement or activity.
Usage example: everyone worked at a furious pace in order to get the float ready for the parade

Tranquil is an antonym for furious in angry topic.
Nearby Words: fury, furiously
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Tranquil

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Tranquil adjective – Free from disturbing noise or uproar.
Furious is an antonym for tranquil.
Nearby Word: tranquilly
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rage furious rage tranquil rage
moment furious moment tranquil moment
tirade furious tirade tranquil tirade
cat furious cat tranquil cat
Other nouns: doesn't.

Both words in one sentence

  • Tranquil Fury: Despite being utterly furious with Gretel, Marcus rarely raises his voice in his duel against her, instead opting to slowly break her mind through psychological warfare.
  • Fanfic / Hunting The Unicorn Tranquil Fury: In The Red Bull after Kurt frees himself from almost getting choked, he pummels Alex in turn until Wes and David drag him off.''He is far past screaming, and he'd look almost calm if it weren't for the tenseness and the furious glimmers down his face.
  • Tranquil Fury: Jessica Jones is furious about Luke setting up another Avengers franchise, and potentially putting their baby in danger.
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