The group only grew in ferocity with the release of the first film adaptation in 2008.
He strode into office on a message of hope and change, but his demonization of Bush was unprecedented in focus and ferocity.
Watch her ferocity in action at a press conference as she addresses breaking up the old boys' club.
For Anderson, this is a role that she was born to play: uncompromising and flinty, radiating a ferocity and tough conviction.
And Joe Morton as Rowan roars each line with all of the ferocity—and then some—they require.
She knew the ferocity of the panther very well, and trembled lest the sleeper should move, or twitch a muscle.
All ferocity must be misinterpretation of the divine law of harmony and mutual help.
The Tasmanian Devil is said to be one of the most ferocious of animals, and to express its ferocity by a "yelling growl."
The struggle was deadly, but the numbers and ferocity of the pirates prevailed.
Right and left he struck in a reckless fume of ferocity, which spoke of unreasoning fights in worlds of savage firstlings.
c.1600, from French férocité, from Latin ferocitatem (nominative ferocitas) "fierceness," from ferocis, oblique case of ferox "wild, bold, courageous, warlike, fierce," literally "wild-looking," a derivative of ferus "wild" (see fierce) + -ox, -ocem (genitive -ocis), a suffix meaning "looking or appearing" (cognate with Greek ops "eye, sight").