Furious and Wild

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

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

Wild

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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

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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