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  • This baggy pocket, which we call the furi, is the part that's so long on the kimono of an apprentice geisha.

    Memoirs of a Geisha

  • Its climb leveled out and the beast nosed to the left and began to dive furi - ously back toward the carnival.


  • Still standing behind the desk, Damaris blushed furi - ously.


  • Decernuntur furi gravia et horrenda supplicia, quum potius providendum multo foret ne fures sint, ne cuiquam tam dira furandi aut pereundi sit necessitas.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • On the long and winding road furi kaetteru hima mo nee daro Bro.

    mayoineko Diary Entry

  • His mold-encrusted face darkened by a furi-ous scowl, Ironcog's gaze leapt restlessly from guest to guest, searching for some signs of discomfort or weak-ness.

    Emperor of Ansalon

  • "You're mad!" he snarled, slashing wildly at her, furi-ous as she skipped beyond range of his sword.

    Emperor of Ansalon

  • Roaring furi-ously, Khisanth, too, swirled away into the globe.

    The Black Wing

  • She was furi - ous that no one would confide in her, that arguments could be held in her presence about things of which she was being kept deliberately ignorant.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • Now there were other voices, some shrieking, some yelling, all furi-ous.

    The Waste Lands


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