Furious and Wild


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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

Wild is a synonym for furious in behaviour topic. In some cases you can use "Wild" instead the word "Furious" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like stormy, violent, frenzied, fierce. informal substitute
Nearby Words: fury, furiously
Synonyms for Furious


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Wild adjective – Marked by great and often stressful excitement or activity.
Usage example: the holidays were especially wild around here this year

Furious is a synonym for wild in behaviour topic. You can use "Furious" instead an adjective "Wild", if it concerns topics such as stormy, frenzied, intense, demoniac. popular alternative
Nearby Words: wildly, wilding, wilde
Synonyms for Wild

Things that words describes

power furious power wild power
chase furious chase wild chase
game furious game wild game
battles furious battles wild battles

Both words in one sentence

  • Pulp Magazine But the stories were at their best in the wild scenes of furious action, and influence their descendant media to this day.
    Source: Pulp Magazine
  • Tigress, the leader of the Furious Five from Kung Fu Panda, who just happens to be an anthropomorphic wild cat with mostly orange fur.
  • Anime / Tiger & Bunny Minor Injury Overreaction: Jake is absolutely furious when Wild Tiger of all heroes manages to land a hit on him — while powered down, no less.
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