There can never be an Instant Vocabulary, as many tout.
There can only be Constant Vocabulary,
meaning, you must work very hard continually, Constantly,
and you haven’t got any other option here .
meanwhile, take this Vocabulary Test
fur = (1) a fine, soft, hairy coat/covering of the skin of many mammals .
(2) any fur’like coating – as diseased matter on the tongue .
–ious = forming adjectives, meaning : characterized by
NOW – explore the meaning of the WORD : FURIOUS – Be shocked by the The Insensible
furious = (1) full of fury, extremely angry, intensely rage, .
eg: the boss was furious at the incident.
(2) moving, overpowering – violently
eg : a furious attack by the opposition.
(3) intense, very great, of unrestrained energy, speed etc
eg : The assignment was completed furiously before time.
Logically/Sensibly – furious = meaning ought to be this = similar to, like, resembling fur .
but you have a radically different meaning assigned.
That’s English .
Where are the Rules please ?
and can we speak righteously of Grammar ?
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