Fierce [adjective]

Definition of Fierce:

violent, menacing

Opposite/Antonyms of Fierce:

Sentence/Example of Fierce:

Instead, their bodies were thick and strong, flanked by fierce animals.

You can find warm mittens that are also stylishThe best mittens may never look quite as stylish as a fierce pair of gloves, but you can still come pretty close.

He pushed to bring the best out of young reporters, was a fierce advocate of diversity in journalism — and did it with a smile on his face.

Considering you’ve likely felt them under your own skin, you may be surprised to learn that whether or not trigger points actually exist is a matter of fierce debate.

There’s something kind of unsettling about an entertainment monolith demanding such fierce loyalty of fans across all media.

I have and will continue to provide unwavering love and fierce protection against those with self-serving interests and those who seek to harm her or my family.

His promise comes despite a fierce debate among Democratic economists and lawmakers about the merits of the payments, which some critics argue send too much money to Americans who do not need it.

He was a fierce advocate for not only his region, but our entire Commonwealth.

The podcast prompted a fierce debate in Canada about the threat of terrorism and criticism over the government’s alleged inaction against Chaudhry, who lives in the Toronto area.

DoorDash begins trading in a few hours, and the bidding so far has been fierce.