ferity

fer·i·ty

 (fĕr′ĭ-tē)
n. Archaic
1. The state of being wild or untamed.
2. The state of being savage; ferocity.

[Latin feritās, from ferus, wild; see feral.]

ferity

(ˈfɛrɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. the state of being wild or uncultivated
2. savagery; ferocity
[C16: from Latin feritās, from ferus savage, untamed]

fer•i•ty

(ˈfɛr ɪ ti)

n.
1. a wild, untamed, or uncultivated state.
2. savagery; ferocity.
[1525–35; < Latin feritās; see feral, -ity]
References in classic literature ?
The wildness of the savage is but a faint symbol of the awful ferity with which good men and lovers meet.
Paying rich tributes to the sacrifices of martyred Kashmiri youth, he prayed for early recovery of the injured.He said that the Indian army has crossed all limits of barbarism and ferity in occupied Kashmir.
He said that Indian army has crossed all limits of barbarism and ferity in Occupied Kashmir.
'There is no justification of criminal silence of international community over worst Indian ferity in occupied Kashmir,' he added.