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Definition of Furibund
1. furious [adj] - See also: furious
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Literary usage of Furibund
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1. Catalogue of the Library Belonging to Mr. Thomas W. Field by Thomas Warren Field (1875)
"Kieft, or the furibund Scotch Presbyterians of Paxton. Gookin opposed this murderous sentiment with such firmness, that the lives of the prisoners were ..."
2. The Works of Thomas Carlyle: (complete). by Thomas Carlyle (1897)
"But the brawny, not yet furibund Figure, we say, is Jacques Danton; a name that shall be "tolerably known in the Revolution. ..."
3. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"furibund, raging; furious. ... has a garter round her neck, aud furibund Amazons at each end.—lUJ. Pt. I.' Bk. VII. ch. vii. ..."