ferociousness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the trait of extreme cruelty

  • In his hometown, Fallujah, he is known for his ferociousness in battle and deep religiosity.
  • His ferociousness in the orchestra pit was already a legend.
  • On the other hand, I can't help but like her mother-lion ferociousness against Scott: "Zip-zip-zip! I don't like you and I don't trust you!" It's ironic, by the way, that Margene .

  • Paul Hackett in Forbes
    A few days after the alleged killings, Hackett said it was acceptable for Marines to kill suspected insurgents even if they were unarmed "due to the ferociousness of the fight."
  • Brad Childress in Minneapolis Star Tribune
    There are bodies in front of you and bodies that are coming with a little ferociousness,Childress said. "It is probably easily the hardest thing to do besides maybe hitting the curveball, but there is no one punching you in the side of the...
  • Avery Johnson in San Diego Union Tribune
    We had to get used to the ferociousness that other teams were coming at us with,said Johnson, last season's coach of the year. "We were still kind of on the summer-vacation level and other teams were playing a lot tougher mentally and...

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