Synonym: bloodthirsty, brutal, cruel, fierce, ruthless, savage, vicious, wild. Antonym: gentle, meek, mild, obedient. Similar words: atrocious, precocious, officious, precious, specious, vivacious, salacious, audacious. Meaning: [fə'rəʊʃəs] adj. marked by extreme and violent energy.
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1, Your dog's a ferocious creature!
2, Once again there's been ferocious blood-letting in the township.
3, The president came in for some ferocious criticism.
4, The storm grew more and more ferocious with each second.
5, Butler is famous for his ferocious temper.
6, Parker was driven by a ferocious determination to succeed.
7, The house is guarded by a ferocious dog.
8, The ferocious panther is chasing a rabbit.
9, The heat was ferocious.
10, The congressman is one of the President's most ferocious critics.
11, Lindbergh was startled at the ferocious depth of anti-British feeling.
12, A ferocious battle to select a new parliamentary candidate is in progress.
13, The ferocious winds seemed about to tear the ship to pieces.
14, Their faces were ferocious and intent.
15, Hurt pride is a ferocious beast.
16, The most ferocious macho is a bisexual.
17, A ferocious sandstorm overturned a mobile library.
18, Competition is ferocious among card issuers for new accounts.
19, Gang members have committed ferocious acts of violence.
20, Ferocious competition has pushed computer prices down.
21, That geyser dominated the bathroom like a ferocious monster.
22, Her coming must have taken a ferocious twist.
23, The ferocious defense actually would have begun long before the actual landings.
24, The avenue ends with ferocious looking stone generals and solemn looking mandarins of various kinds.
25, The police had had to deal with some of the most ferocious violence ever seen on the streets of London.
26, The Democrat convention has set the scene for a ferocious election campaign this autumn.
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28, It was Arab feminists who insisted on speaking aloud the oldest truths, bringing upon themselves the most ferocious repressions.
29, The political entities of the twentieth century are the survivors of a ferocious rivalry.
30, You have to change the culture to counteract the market model that defines such ferocious ambitions for young people.
More similar words: atrocious, precocious, officious, precious, specious, vivacious, salacious, audacious, pernicious, voracious, judicious, conscious, sagacious, capricious, mendacious, pugnacious, loquacious, suspicious, consciously, unconscious, voraciously, perspicacious, avariciously, subconsciously, consciousness, atrocity, onerous, numerous, generous, dangerous.