“Fury” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Defending Cummings: questions answered - and skirted over →
Boris Johnson’s support of his chief adviser’s travelling during lockdown omitted key facts and sparked further fury
· In the fight against coronavirus, there can't be one rule for people like Dominic Cummings, and another for everyone else →
It’s no surprise then, that news the prime minister’s chief adviser travelled from London to Durham with his family while lockdown measures were in place has set off a wave of fury.
· Knocking down barriers through boxing – photo essay →
With world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury frequently advocating the value of boxing and fitness towards his own mental health, the connection with boxing and emotional health has never been stronger.
· I'm a big sci-fi fan, but Covid? Too far-fetched →
I suffer from fury.
· Sex, lies and despair: unseen letters reveal Larkin's tortured love →
Previously unpublished letters, however, reveal the full extent of her fury, fears and frustrations over a painful four-decade-long partnership with the man who wrote some of the most cherished verse in the English language.
· ‘This is the right time for Snowpiercer’: Tilda Swinton and Ed Harris on the re-release of the dystopian classic →
His familiar, gravelly voice bounces off the walls of the engine room, bringing a sudden sense of calm within all the fury.
· Covid-19 has changed everything. Now we need a revolution for a born-again world →
Where is the fury, the public outrage?
· The Observer view on the failure to secure a global ceasefire during the pandemic →
“The fury of the virus illustrates the folly of war,” Guterres said.
The Japan Times
· Tyson Fury hopes to ‘give fans what they want’ with Anthony Joshua showdown →
Tyson Fury said he was eager to give British boxing fans what they want by fighting Anthony Joshua for the undisputed world heavyweight title but he said the duo must focus on their immediate opponents to make such a match happen.
The New York Times
· Contact Tracing for Coronavirus Is Harder Than It Sounds →
It recommends memorizing catchphrases to use during calls such as “I hear you” and “This is a difficult time.” That is, the kinds of canned responses that might send someone into a blind fury when calling tech support.