Definition of furious:
hazardous, unwarranted, maddened, explosive, rough, infuriate, apoplectic, energetically, raving mad, ireful, almighty, feral, convulsive, blood-and-guts, hard, savage, keen, roughshod, incandescent, uncivilized, deft, godforsaken, choleric, knock-down, livid, high-speed, foaming, with (all/both) guns blazing, cruel, with all your might, frenetic, acute, enraged, barbarous, brutal, outraged, hot, inflamed, steamed, untrained, ghastly, shirty, excruciating, feverish, wrathful, riled, sore, hellacious, bang-bang, hopping, barbarian, quick, impetuous, groundless, hammer-and-tongs, fantastic, cheesed off, unfounded, crazy, angered, roiled, ferocious, angry, vicious, uncivilised, tearing, heavy-duty, untamed, fell, heavy, bowelless, wroth, violent, cutthroat, strong, to your heart's content, extreme, ...up a storm, excessive, fierce, paroxysmal, seething, raging, tempestuous, intensive, volcanic, horn-mad, ballistic, stormy, uncultivated, steaming, big, exquisite, boisterous, gaga, brisk, turbulent, steamed up, high, madly, enthusiastically, frightful, wild, dreadful, ticked, feelings, rankled, infuriated, ferine, rabid, baseless, trigger-happy, swift, murderous, waste, fuming, fiery, a big smile/kiss/hug etc., idle, risky, teed off, at full speed/tilt/throttle, agitated, agile, blistering, frantic, terrible, deep, riley, profound, cyclonic, fearsome, speedy, barbaric, dotty, desperate, fast, fearful, nimble, drag-out, delirious.
- angry (part of speech: adjective)
- violent (part of speech: adjective)
- "Paddy Finn", W. H. G. Kingston.
- "The Lamp in the Desert", Ethel M. Dell.
- "A Very Naughty Girl", L. T. Meade.