[ UK /fəɹˈɒsɪti/ ]
[ US /fɝˈɑsəti/ ]
  1. the property of being wild or turbulent
    the storm's violence
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How To Use ferocity In A Sentence

  • An album that finally demonstrates that ferocity and intelligence coexist beautifully.
  • Large packs of black matted mastiffs prowl the streets for scraps, occasionally breaking into fights of heart-stopping ferocity.
  • In the 16th century, English mastiffs were famous for their courage and ferocity as war dogs, and were used in Spanish armies both in Europe and America.
  • It is this ferocity that is often unacknowledged or suppressed. Times, Sunday Times
  • I also recall the ferocity of the werewolf, and his insatiable hatred for humankind while in that form. Red dust
  • It feeds on aphids with a single-minded ferocity. Times, Sunday Times
  • In a place known as Nine Dragons, as the city's Hungry Ghosts festival burns around him, Bosch puts aside everything he knows and risks everything he has in a desperate bid to outmatch the triad's ferocity. Nine Dragons by Michael Connelly: Book summary
  • And the frequency and ferocity of the current crop of storms is truly terrifying.
  • The American replied in a similar playful ferocity — the two warriors made a little tournament for us there on the plains before Jaffa, in the which diachylon, being a little worsted, challenged his adversary to a race, and fled away on his grey, the Notes of a Journey From Cornhill to Grand Cairo
  • The temperature often topped 50 degrees celsius and the hot thermal winds blew with unbelievable ferocity.
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