Top U.S. officials are furiously pressing their Russian counterparts to hand over the whistleblowing fugitive, reports Josh Rogin.
Buffett furiously spun the departure, insisting nothing "unlawful" transpired.
The pale, baby-faced, red-cheeked rapper is furiously puffing away at a hastily-made blunt crammed with low-grade weed.
We cannot expect John McCain to denounce his own furiously protean campaign.
The president is furiously backtracking; Republicans are clawing over each other to demonize Muslims; Democrats are dead silent.
Jim was still kneeling on his wife, hitting her furiously, while she was trying to protect her head and face with her hands.
Coryston had been furiously angry when the terms of his father's will were revealed.
And then she heard him furiously unbarring the parlor door preparatory to a rush.
I was furiously angry with her, but I was more angry with myself.
The building we had left we saw was now burning most furiously; and the yelling continued.
late 14c., from Old French furieus (14c., Modern French furieux), from Latin furiosus "full of rage, mad," from furia "rage, passion, fury." Furioso, from the Italian form of the word, was used in English 17c.-18c. for "an enraged person," probably from Ariosto's "Orlando Furioso."