ferociously


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Related to ferociously: furious, typically
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Synonyms for ferociously

in a physically fierce manner

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He devoured ferociously, and tears were falling on the crust.
Behind her came Taug, warily and with many pauses and much bluster, and still behind him came other bulls, snarling ferociously and uttering their uncanny challenges.
Men fight and struggle ferociously for one another's lives.
Take him home, then,' retorts Jasper, ferociously, though with a strong check upon himself, 'and let my eyes be rid of the sight of you
He was feeding himself ferociously and seemed to overflow with bitterness.
In the afternoon he fought ferociously with an old friend and neighbour who had remarked that the priests had the best of it and were now going to eat the priest-eater.
He clawed ferociously all these things in turn, lost them, found them again, lost them once more, and finally was himself caught in the firm clasp of a pair of stout arms.
Every wave-dashed, storm-beaten object, was so low and so little, under the broad grey sky, in the noise of the wind and sea, and before the curling lines of surf, making at it ferociously, that the wonder was there was any Calais left, and that its low gates and low wall and low roofs and low ditches and low sand-hills and low ramparts and flat streets, had not yielded long ago to the undermining and besieging sea, like the fortifications children make on the sea-shore.
The gloomy Eugene too, is not without some kindred touch; for, when that appalling Lady Tippins declares that if Another had survived, he should have gone down at the head of her list of lovers--and also when the mature young lady shrugs her epaulettes, and laughs at some private and confidential comment from the mature young gentleman--his gloom deepens to that degree that he trifles quite ferociously with his dessert-knife.
I'll teach you to kick," Mikolka shouted ferociously.
The big bully, roaring ferociously, shoved his victim to the ground, forcing the weaker bear to drop his catch, which he then pinched.
From the rockhopper penguins who inhabit the ferociously cold waters of Cape Horn, to the elephant seals in the north battling in the heat of the desert.
With England's scrum not firing on all cylinders either, Parling is aware that Italy will attack the red rose pack ferociously on Sunday.
When one year ago, he was entrusted a new term of office, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski could not have tell that the European debt crisis would attack so ferociously, which made him focus on a higher economic growth, investments and new jobs, setting aside the name issue and the stuck European and Euro-Atlantic integration.
From the looks of this photo, you would never know the two men have grappled ferociously for years.