Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Furious"

The meaning of "Furious" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does furious mean?
Q: What does furious mean?
Q: What does furious mean?
A: extremely angry or very angry.
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Example sentences using "Furious"

Q: Please show me example sentences with furious.
A: “That politician makes me furious.”
“I get so furious when people are rude to me.”
“Oh no, he looks absolutely furious!”
Q: Please show me example sentences with furious.
A: It means angry (naaraaz)

I was furious when he broke my toy.
Q: Please show me example sentences with furious.
A: Furious means to be extremely angry.

'He makes me furious'
'This situation makes us furious'
'She's furious because of what I said'
Q: Please show me example sentences with furious
furious.
A: furious is just a stronger word to use than mad

i was furious
means that i was really mad.
Q: Please show me example sentences with fast and furious .
A: "fast and furious"

- My favorite movie is The Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift.

Synonyms of "Furious" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between furious and angry ?
A: If someone is furious, then they are very angry. 'Furious' is a stronger word describing a stronger emotion.

She wasn't just angry when she found that I had eaten her share of the chocolate tart, she was furious. I'm in big trouble.
Q: What is the difference between furious and mad ?
A: Mad can mean both “crazy” and “angry”
Q: What is the difference between furious and rage ?
A: They both mean extreme feelings of anger, but furious is an adjective and rage is used as a noun:

She was furious.
Her rage increased tenfold.
His actions were furiously done.
He went on a rage.
Q: What is the difference between furious and angry ?
A: They're practically the same but I guess "furious" means "more than angry" It's like the 2nd stage of angry
Q: What is the difference between furious and rage ?
A: They both mean anger. However furious can be used to mean quickly or fast, like " They furiously scribbled on a piece of paper" They might not actually be angered. Rage can be used to mean something is trendy, like "Those shoes are all the rage!" But the shoes are not angry.

Translations of "Furious"

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