Hailstorm vs Ferocious - What's the difference?

hailstorm | ferocious |

As a noun hailstorm

is .

As an adjective ferocious is

marked by extreme and violent energy.



Alternative forms

* hail storm


(en noun)
  • ferocious



    (en adjective)
  • Marked by extreme and violent energy.
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  • Extreme or intense.
  • Synonyms

    * fierce

    Derived terms

    * ferociously