Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts


1) a state of anger
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    • right to be furious
  • Analysis
    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)
    1. As they were hitting him, the boy felt fury building up inside him.
    2. You have every right to be furious. I would be angry if it had happened to me.
    3. My mother would be furious if she knew I was the one who broke the vase.
  • Professional Examples (Advance)
    1. If the merchandise for the event is not delivered on time I am going to be furious.
    2. Customers are furious that our latest model has a glitch.
    3. He came into the office shouting violently and full of fury.
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