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  • adv. Wildly; in the manner of an undomesticated animal.


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feral +‎ -ly


  • Somewhere a former prof is ferally a-grin … EA now officially on The List.

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  • When the Kletz brothers called her Raccoon, she indulged them by rubbing her hands together ferally.

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  • And then your neck muscles twitch ferally back as three million years of savanna evolution start listening for startled predators, but hear the first temblors of subsonic thunder?

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  • All this is a damning indictment of the ferally inept media, think tanks, and Parliament.

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  • Not only does Mr. Dinklage play the best drunk I've seen on stage in years, but Ms. Kazan is ferally, frighteningly sexy as a troublemaking neighbor who barges in on the folie à trois of the three brothers (Mr. Dinklage, Paul Dano and Josh Hamilton), who are living together in the 10th-floor apartment out of whose living-room window their mother and father jumped (not simultaneously!).

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  • Yuki meets Sasori in a cemetary; lying on the ground after sex-for-cash, a grating sound draws her attention to a nearby headstone, where she sees the fugitive glowering at her from afar, ferally holding in clenched teeth a man's severed arm, to which she is handcuffed, viciously filing the chain against the edge of the grave marker!

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  • Just this ferally savage physical need, poisoned with bitterness and deceit.

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  • They both breathed heavily and eyed each other through chaotic locks of ferally tousled hair.


  • Magnus raised his sticks in salute and smiled ferally.

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  • Growling ferally, the woman hit him yet again, staggering him.



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