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Correct spelling:
fierce
Definition:
Savage; ferocious; furious; passionate.

Synonyms:

adjective
angry
black, enraged, huffy, irritable, raging, splenetic, heated.
bad
unpleasant.
destructive
violent.
enthusiastic
keen.
excitable
excitable, fidgety, hysterical, mercurial, overzealous, reckless, temperamental, galvanic, volcanic, Agitable, Alarmable, Hot-headed, over-zealous, short fused.
feral
Tameless.
hard-fought
bloody.
heated
hectic.
heavy
Heightened.
heightened
te.
ireful
in a towering rage, rager.
sensitive
excitable.
severe
effortful, severe.
sharp
sharp.
strong
iron-willed, take charge, hardnosed.
untamed
untamed, feral, wild, over-run.
violent
abusive, assaultive, brawling, broiling, ferocious, fighting, frenzied, furious, intense, outrageous, raging, savage, tumultuous, uproarious, vehement, violent, wild.
violent, menacing
angry, animal, ape, awful, barbarous, bloodthirsty, blustery, boisterous, bold, brutal, brutish, cruel, cutthroat, dangerous, enraged, fell, feral, ferocious, fiery, frightening, furious, horrible, howling, impetuous, infuriated, intense, malevolent, malign, murderous, passionate, powerful, primitive, raging, raving, relentless, savage, stormy, strong, tempestuous, terrible, threatening, tigerish, truculent, uncontrollable, untamed, vehement, venomous, vicious, wild, Flipped, tumultous/tumultuous.
vulgar
mobbish.
wicked
wicked.
wolflike
lupine.
noun
fierce
boisterous, bowelless, cutthroat, ferocious, furious, intense, merciless, rough, savage, stormy, tearing, trigger-happy, unmerciful, vehement, violent.
intense
acute, ardent, deep, fervent.
verb
mean
inhuman.
Examples of usage:
  1. And there comes one along that is three times as high and as fierce as the rest. – Wisdom and Destiny by Maurice Maeterlinck
  2. The youth's note was fierce. – War and the Weird by Forbes Phillips R. Thurston Hopkins
  3. " It will be a fierce one, mother. – Victor Ollnee's Discipline by Hamlin Garland
  4. The ruffian appeared to enjoy the situation, for he gave a fierce snort and turned his face to the skipper. – Mr. Trunnell by T. Jenkins Hains
  5. But some day- He paused, and then, with a fierce hunger that made his voice thick, Some day I'll eat you! – H. R. by Edwin Lefevre

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