Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) a state of anger
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right to be furious
Fury is a noun which refers to extreme violent anger. You can go into a 'fury' if you suddenly feel extremely angry and frustrated. You might speak about the 'fury' of someone's violent behaviour or the fury of a powerful hurricane. As an adjective 'furious' describes someone who is extremely angry.
Social Examples (Advance)
As they were hitting him,the boy felt fury building upinside him.
You have every right to be furious. I would be angry if it had happened to me.
My mother would be furiousif she knew I was the one who broke the vase.
Professional Examples (Advance)
If the merchandise for the event is not delivered on time I am going to be furious.
Customers arefuriousthat our latest model has a glitch.
He came into the office shouting violently andfull of fury.
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