- 美 [ˈstɔrmi]
- 1.with a lot of rain and strong winds
- 2.involving a lot of anger or arguments
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It had just entered a stormy area with strong turbulence, she said.
We shall never allow that torch of freedom to be blown out, however high the wind or stormy the tempest.
From its churning, sometimes stormy atmosphere to its shifting tectonic plates, Earth can be a dangerous place.
She was equally famous for her extraordinary beauty and her stormy personal life, including 8 marriages and a series of physical ailments.
Peter was almost underwater ashe kept on borrowing down the stormy waters, trying to stay alive.
Even if it had been a stormy day, I should have gone to see him in hospital.
Lund told the court his wife's death was a "tragic accident" and that she had taken a wrong turn in her 4x4 in stormy conditions.
That day it was raining . Not a stormy rain or drizzly rain , but a soft gentle summer rain . the kind that came every summer.
Wolfowitz has had a stormy relationship with the bank's professional staff ever since he became president two years ago.
This stormy passage through the rapid growing years of our youth will probably facilitate the normal progression of the adult life cycle.
He never married but had lots of friends, many in high places, and could be good company, though with a stormy temper.
But she was understandably dubious about this trip. We had a history of stormy times, particularly when traveling.
'Forgive me, my dear, ' she said, holding out her hand to me, 'this stormy weather makes me irritable. I'm not saying what I mean. '
To sail on the sea on a stormy night like this was a great risk but the crew was determined to take the bull by the horns .
It is the experience of a few tens of millions of years of stormy trials, only the glory and achievements of today.
One stormy night, there was a knock at the door. A young lady stood there, wet, tired and footsore.
The conditions in a protostar resemble far more closely in situation in red giants, most of whose volume is caught up in stormy convection .
Great leaders stand out in times of crisis as being level headed and able to steer their project calmly through stormy seas.
Scotland is getting ready to capitalize on something the country has plenty of: fierce, stormy waves.
The owner of a bakery was closing the shop on a stormy winter's night when a man came in and asked for two sweet rolls.