Definition of fury :
1. A stormy, turbulent violent woman; a hag; a vixen; a virago; a termagant.
2. A thief.
3. One of the Parcae, or Fates, esp. Atropos.
4. pl. ( Greek Myth.) The avenging deities, Tisiphone, Alecto, and Megaera; the Erinyes or Eumenides.
5. Violent anger; extreme wrath; rage; - sometimes applied to inanimate things, as the wind or storms; impetuosity; violence.
6. Violent or extreme excitement; overmastering agitation or enthusiasm.
fad, choler, Eumenides, vehemency, hydrophobia, petulance, temper, pitch, depth, irritation, harpy, termagant, praise, emphasis, animosity, cult, vexation, hysteria, hysterical neurosis, indignation, irateness, fretfulness, ire, insaneness, scold, wrath, rabidity, craze, rabies, ferociousness, rabidness, craziness, vixen, feelings, severity, delirium, impatience, erinyes, foolishness, battle-ax, force, big, passion, exasperation, pettishness, resentment, abandon, furiousness, furore, shrew, lyssa, virago, lunacy, displeasure, madness, study at anger, peevishness, fishwife, folly, strong, anger, wrathfulness
attack (part of speech: noun)
furor, spasm, riot, offense, aggression, siege, outbreak, invasion, charge, bombardment, tirade, strike, sortie, warfare, battle, combat, onslaught, foray, storm, war, thrust, bloodshed, barrage, raid
violence (part of speech: noun)
destructiveness, insurrection, broil, vandalism, brutishness, fracas, atrocity, outrage, brawl, wildness, abuse, fight, attack, barbarity, vehemence, thuggery, ferocity, violence, inhumanity, savagery, fierceness, terrorism, frenzy, assault, commotion, brutality, torture, turmoil, rage, intensity, uproar
- This thing is going on too long- patience exhausted changes to fury. - "The Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1563-64", John Lothrop Motley.
- The news had spread, of course, and the first class was in a fury of resentment against one of its own members. - "Dave Darrin's Fourth Year at Annapolis", H. Irving Hancock.
- But to add to their fury by an act of defiance on our part! - "The Story of Old Fort Loudon", Charles Egbert Craddock.