Storm synonyms

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F-0 (40-72 mph) Light damage characterized by broken tree branches, damaged chimneys, toppled shallow-rooted trees.
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A sudden, very heavy rain
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The wind instruments of an orchestra, or the players of these instruments
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Bad weather involving blowing winds and snow, or blowing winds and heavy snowfall amount.
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The definition of a tempest is a violent and windy storm, or an outburst or uproar.
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A thing that twists
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Converging winds at the ocean's surface collide pushing even more water vapor upwards, increasing warm air circulation and the wind speeds.
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To make a sudden departure.
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A tornado that occurs over a body of water
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A violent snowstorm with winds blowing at a minimum speed of 35 miles (56 kilometers) per hour and visibility of less than one-quarter mile (400 meters) for three hours.
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A brief sudden violent windstorm, often accompanied by rain or snow.
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Any wind that reverses its direction seasonally or blows constantly between land and adjacent water
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The definition of a hysteria is a craze or a state of extreme emotional excitement or upset.
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(Meteorology) Rotating in the same direction as the Earth i.e. anticlockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere.
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Moving rapidly or violently:
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A whirl or powerful eddy of air; whirlwind
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A fine blizzard of snow in Russia.
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To move with quick, light, softly audible steps.
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To cover, shut off, or close off with snow:
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The definition of a downpour is a very hard rainfall.
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A disturbing or being disturbed
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(Loosely) A windstorm with a violent, whirling movement; tornado or hurricane
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A sudden, strong rush of air or wind
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An outburst, especially of laughter.
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(Euphemistic) Sexual excitement.
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A state of great disorder or uncertainty.
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Variation in a designated orbit, as of a planet, that results from the influence of one or more external bodies. Gravitational attraction between planets can cause perturbations and cause a planet to deviate from its expected orbit. Perturbations in Neptune's orbit led to the discovery of the object—Pluto—that was causing the perturbation. Perturbations in the orbits of stars have led to the discovery of planetary systems outside of our Solar system.
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A noisy confusion; loud and confused talk or activity; uproar
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Calmness of mind or emotions; composure:
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A confused sound of many voices; uproar; tumult
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Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864)
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The definition of tempestuous is something very stormy or characterized by great conflict.
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Very loud; noisy:
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To attack something with bombs, artillery shells or other missiles or projectiles.
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The release of gas, ash, molten materials, or hot water into the atmosphere or onto the Earth's surface from a volcano or other opening in the Earth's surface.
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(Physics) the incidence of an intense stream of high-energy particles directed at a substance
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A gust of wind; strong rush of air
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(Figuratively) Injustice, wrong.
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(Intransitive) To rain lightly; to shed slowly in minute drops or particles.
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(Idiomatic) To rain very heavily.
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To be stormy
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An agreement or a treaty to end hostilities:
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A literary work which brings together or arranges systematically parallel passages of historians respecting the same events, and shows their agreement or consistency.
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(Figuratively) An instance of particles or larger pieces of matter moving or falling through air.
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A stirring up or arousing; disturbance of tranquillity; disturbance of mind which shows itself by physical excitement; perturbation.
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To talk or laugh loudly and boisterously
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(--- Archaic) Suffering or agony, as of a martyr
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To be stormy
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To be stormy
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To stream or flow continuously or profusely:
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To move down with a current of water or air
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To be stormy
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To be stormy
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To be stormy
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A fundamental property of the elementary particles of which matter is made that gives rise to attractive and repulsive forces. There are two kinds of charge: color charge and electric charge.
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To make a swift, sudden attack or assault on; charge
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To attack violently, as with blows or military force; assault.
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A quiet or peaceful quality; freedom from turmoil or agitation
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The definition of attack is to make an attempt to hurt someone or something (physically or verbally), to destroy someone or something, to impact someone or something in a dangerous manner, or to forcibly take someone or something.
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Lacking mercy or leniency; harsh
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Fired with intense feeling; ardent, blazing, burning.
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Proceeding from violent agitation or fury.
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Something that is inclement
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(Uncountable) Disturbance in a gas or fluid, characterized by evidence of internal motion or unrest.
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Archaic form of turbulence.
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To become angry:
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To assault is defined as to cause harm to someone, to threaten harm, or to try and cause harm.
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To lay down a barrage (against); subject to a barrage
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To close in on; crowd around
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To blow is to expel air in a more forceful manner or air movement.
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To blow in strong or sudden gusts.
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To burst is defined as to break apart suddenly and with force.
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(Obsolete) To take by storm; capture. [15th-17th c.]
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The definition of fulminate is to take a strong stance in protesting something, or is a disease that comes on suddenly and strongly out of nowhere, is a violent and sudden explosion.
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To feel, show, or give way to anger, annoyance, etc.
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Present participle of lighten.
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(Intransitive) To burst out.
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To raid is to take something quickly and stealthily or to launch a surprise attack or surprise visit.
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To move about wildly or violently
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To speak or shout at length in an uncontrollable anger.
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To rave is defined as to speak or move violently or wildly, particularly in appreciation of something.
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To fall or come as a shower
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To begin a military attack:
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To attack or capture suddenly and without warning
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To produce thunder; to sound, rattle, or roar, as a discharge of atmospheric electricity; often used impersonally.
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(Now rare) To disturb, stir up, agitate (a medium, especially water).
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(Obsolete) To make a tumult; to be in great commotion.
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A violent cyclonic storm occurring in the western Pacific Ocean.
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Lack of agitation or excitement; tranquillity; serenity
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The state of being serene; calmness; peacefulness.
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The process of becoming less active or severe
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The quality or state of being tranquil; calmness; serenity
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Mental or sensory distinctness; clarity of understanding, perception etc. [from 16th c.]
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Firing artillery in a large amount for a length of time .
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A simultaneous or rapid and continuous discharge of many firearms
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As the water is condensing, it releases heat in the surrounding areas. The air starts to rise faster and produce more moisture, due to this condensation process.
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By extension, any volley, as in an argument or debate.
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(Sports) An exchange of strokes in a court game, such as volleyball, ending when one side fails to make a good return and resulting in a point or the loss of service.
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To start a quarrel or be the first to attack
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To beset is to harass or have trouble on an ongoing basis from multiple sources or from all sides.
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To experience; to suffer; to fall upon.
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To set upon with violent force
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(Idiomatic, archaic) To attack; to engage in combat with.
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To set upon with violent force
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To set upon with violent force
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A wind with a speed ranging from 56 to 63 knots (64 to 72 miles per hour; 104 to 117 kilometers per hour), according to the Beaufort scale.
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To gain by the use of force or coercion:
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To stand upright on the hind legs
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A cause of irritation or vexation; a nuisance.
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Strength or violence in action.
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To utter a loud, protracted, mournful sound or cry, as dogs and wolves often do.
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To take root, become established.
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Spit is defined as to eject from the mouth, to briefly rain or snow, or to put meat on a thin, pointed rod/bar for cooking.
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