Fury definitions

fyo͝or'ē
The definition of fury is uncontrolled fierceness or extreme and wild anger.

When you catch your spouse lying to you, become really mad and start throwing dishes, which is an example of fury.

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Any of the spirits who pursue and torment the doers of unavenged crimes, identified with the Greek Erinyes.
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Violent anger; rage.
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A fit of anger.
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Violent or frenzied action.

The storm's fury.

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A violent disturbance or intense period of activity.
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Violence; vehemence; fierceness.

The fury of a storm.

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A violent or vengeful person; esp., such a woman.
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Any of the Furies.
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Inspired frenzy.
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Violent anger; wild rage.
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A fit of this.
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Extreme anger.
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Strength or violence in action.
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An angry or malignant person.
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(obsolete) A thief.
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(Roman mythology) Female personification of vengeance .
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Origin of fury

Middle English furie from Old French from Latin furia from furere to rage