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fury noun

ADJ. cold | controlled, inner, pent-up He growled with barely controlled fury.

VERB + FURY be beside yourself with, be shaking with, feel He was beside himself with fury. I had never felt such fury before. | vent He vented his fury on a telephone box. | arouse, drive sb to, provoke That kind of treatment would drive anyone to fury. The decision to close the factory has provoked fury.

FURY + VERB mount, rise | drain, fade His face and body sagged as the fury drained from him.

PREP. in (a) ~ She turned on him in a fury. | with ~ He reacted with cold fury | ~ against Her fury against him rose. | ~ at He kicked the tree in fury at his own stupidity.

PHRASES turn your fury on sb I hoped she wouldn't turn her fury on me.