so ferociously

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  • He is so ferociously lucid that he confuses me, as with too much light. Cited from Memories of Hawthorne, by Rose Hawthorne Lathrop
  • She did this so ferociously that he at last fainted. Cited from Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 3 (of 6), by Havelock Ellis
  • Yet he stood where he was; his sorrowful eyes looking tenderly down upon the maddened youngster who was tearing into him so ferociously. Cited from Further Adventures of Lad, Albert Payson Terhune
  • This was the signal for the girl to turn on me, which she did so ferociously that I began to fear I must find an excuse to cut my visit short. Cited from Secret History Revealed By Lady Peggy O'Malley, C.N. and A.M. Williamson
  • The Oval crowd, always so ferociously partisan, moved round him uneasily. Cited from The Loom of Youth, by Alec Waugh
  • Here from the grass that bristled so freshly, so ferociously green, the tree trunks rose black and damp. Cited from O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1920, by Various
  • He had no occasion, I thought, to cry out 'Silence!' so ferociously, for the boys were all struck speechless and motionless. Cited from David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens
  • He was a hero, a determined character, who knew no fear, and he growled so ferociously, that, standing at the door, they really might imagine there was a tiger or lion inside. Cited from The Cook's Wedding and Other Stories, by Anton Chekhov
  • To these he recounted the scene which had taken place, raving the while so ferociously against Viglius as to induce the supposition that something serious was intended against him. Cited from Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1570-72 by Motley
  • Throwing down its sheath into the street, he waved it so ferociously round the prisoner's head that the worthy butcher seemed for the moment transformed into a very cannibal. Cited from Debit and Credit, by Gustav Freytag
  • Cheap literature had so ferociously made the man, that he, of all men most experienced, could not be trusted, showing thereby how little had been known of the real Kit Carson. Cited from The Life and Adventures of Kit Carson, by De Witt C. Peters
  • "What were you scowling at so ferociously, Betty?" asked Elsa. Cited from The Prince and Betty, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • Again clubbing his musket, he leaped into the gangway so ferociously that the pirates scrambled over the side, brown men and white, preferring to take their chances in the sea. Cited from The Mutineers, by Charles Boardman Hawes
  • As he said this Yarner paused to take a gulp of bubbling whiskey and soda and looked at me so ferociously that I actually shivered. Cited from Moonbeams From the Larger Lunacy, by S.Leacock
  • My knapsack, so ingeniously compact; my cartridge-bags so ferociously full; my round pouches with their keen-edged straps, all jostled and then wounded my back at each step. Cited from Light, by Henri Barbusse [Tr.: Fitzwater Wray]
  • That they should retain their cheery confidence in surroundings and among a people so ferociously hostile so entirely un-British, so devoid of chivalry or sporting instinct, is a monument to the character of their race. Cited from The Land of Deepening Shadow, by D. Thomas Curtin
  • But the Schiller-Dewey view of truth has been so ferociously attacked by rationalistic philosophers, and so abominably misunderstood, that here, if anywhere, is the point where a clear and simple statement should be made. Cited from Pragmatism, by William James
  • It was, Westermarck believes, chiefly as a heresy and out of religious zeal that homosexuality was so violently reprobated and so ferociously punished. Cited from Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 (of 6), by Havelock Ellis
  • The Neapolitan cousin, Maleschi, used to roll his eyes so ferociously at me that I almost considered it my duty to ask him not to injure his optics; he has now calmed down, seeing how very distant our relations to each other are, and is very friendly towards me. Cited from Without Dogma, by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  • He would clench his fists, bend his body forward, and would start rolling his eyes so ferociously, gnash his teeth and roar with a lion's voice so, that a childish terror would encompass Liubka, despite the fact that she knew this to be a joke, and she would dash off running into another room. Cited from Yama (The Pit), by Alexandra Kuprin
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