ferociousness


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Synonyms for ferociousness

exceptionally great concentration, power, or force, especially in activity

Synonyms for ferociousness

the trait of extreme cruelty

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Instead, I was drawn by just the opposite: the mundane details of Gad and Amalia's daily lives, the counting of potatoes in the cellar, the pulling of weeds in the cemetery, the specific ferociousness and pain of their desire.
at the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England, the Rolls- Royce Tiger Phantom Coupe draws its design inspiration both visually and spiritually from its animal namesake, conveying its power, grace and ferociousness in an iconic automotive form.
Conceptualised by brand experts at AGMC, the sole dealers of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates of the UAE, and developed over a two-year period by craftspeople at the English home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, the car draws its design inspiration both visually and spiritually from its animal namesake, aiming to convey its power, grace and ferociousness in an iconic automotive form.
Conceptualized by brand experts at AGMC, the sole dealers of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates of the UAE, and developed over a two year period by craftspeople at the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England, the Rolls-Royce Tiger Phantom Coupe draws its design inspiration both visually and spiritually from its animal namesake, conveying its power, grace and ferociousness in an iconic automotive form.
They may even adopt the attitude of Sheriff Clarke, who said in his address to the NRA in 2014: "If you're going to stand with me, you have to be willing to resist any attempt by government to disarm law-abiding people by fighting with the ferociousness of a junkyard dog."
For someone who by her own admission has experienced her "share of media storms", even she confesses to having been taken aback by the reaction her placard-waving provoked - although it's clear the ferociousness of some of the criticism has only steeled her resolve.
Even if most of the murders were committed during robberies, Fides said many of them were carried out with such "brutality and ferociousness" that they are signs of intolerance and "moral degradation" as well as "economic and cultural poverty."
For leader, I use 20-pound Seaguar fluorocarbon for soft plastics and suspending baits, but I like 30-pound Berkley Big Game mono for my topwater plugs, as it works as a great shock absorber to combat the ferociousness of jumbo redfish and snook.
I suppose that's a matter of taste, but on the whole, Downset propels itself through songs such as "Trauma,'' "Empower'' and the sidewinder guitar and rap-metal fusion "Together'' with alarming ferociousness, drawing on elements of metal, funk, rap and more to pugilistic effect.
Harris says nine years of channeling Barney Stinson's fearlessness on "How I Met Your Mother" helped him achieve Hedwig's ferociousness, and Okonedo credits her theater training for her ability to analyze scripts and ask the right questions even in the limited rehearsal context of film and TV shoots.
Scottish football may be in a funny place, but something which never changes is the pace and sheer ferociousness of the games.
(12.) In a 1 December 1933 article that reiterated the attack's "ferociousness," the newspaper reported that Odongo s/o Kasala, a member of the Mkidi tribe, was charged with Tarlton's murder ("Murder: Charged" 1).
Whether it is the farcical NGO trials attempting to undermine human rights and their defenders or moral accusations aimed at portraying activists in an immoral light, whether as traitors or infidels, the tactic hasn't changed, but the ferociousness and efficiency of the attacks have been improved.
In Epode 17 Canidia's mercilessness is compared to the ferociousness of wild dogs tearing Hector's corpse apart.