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FU'RY, noun [Latin furor, furia, furo, to rage.]

1. A violent rushing; impetuous motion; as the fury of the winds.

2. Rage; a storm of anger; madness; turbulence.

I do oppose my patience to his fury

3. Enthusiasm; heat of the mind.

4. In mythology, a deity; a goddess of vengeance; hence, a stormy turbulent, violent woman.