- furiously (adv.)
- 1550s, from furious + -ly (2).
- 1. He stormed out of the apartment, slamming the door furiously behind him.
- 2. Officials worked furiously to repair the centre court.
- 3. He lit a cigarette and puffed at it furiously.
- 4. An army of buyers haggles furiously with an army of salesmen.
- 5. He blushed furiously and Robyn knew she had hit the mark.