What does Ferocious mean ? Could you use Ferocious in a sentence ?
Ferocious is used when something is extremely cruel.
Ferocious means violently brutal.
Brutal, Cruel, Ravenous, Savage, Ruthless, Vicious, Vorocaious, Fierce, Murderous, Brutish can be used instead of Ferocious in a sentence.
Ferocious is used when something is cruel, brutal or ravenous.
Ferocious is an adjective.
Ferocious means “extreme or intense”.
The noun form of Ferocious is Ferocity.
The adverb form of Ferocious is Ferociously.
Although most canines are friendly, a wild wolf is ferocious and deadly to a person since they are not domesticated.
The Vikings of ancient times were noted by most for being especially ferocious, loving battle and the exhilaration of a fight.
My dog can be ferocious if he thinks I am in danger.
It was one of the most ferocious attacks on prison officers I have ever seen.
The police had had to deal with some of the most ferocious violence ever seen on the streets of Paris.
He made a ferocious gesture towards the murderer.
If you describe actions or feelings as ferocious, you mean that they are intense and determined.
A ferocious animal, person, or action is very fierce and violent. Cruel, brutal and vicious are the synonyms of Ferocious.
A ferocious dog bit me.
Among the animals the ferocious and bold are connected with the blood-red star.