storm

All Noun
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  • This movement would remain the same throughout most of the storm's existence.
  • Half of the rain in a particular year can often fall into a single storm.
  • The parties made well under a day until they became separated by a storm.
  • In addition he was again named the Storm's player of the year.
  • The storm left the city under six feet of water.
  • In that country, the storm's effects were spread out of a area.
  • Three years later, the north tower was once again damaged by a storm.
  • Of the storm which this book created mention has been made already.
  • This was the fifth off-season storm of the year, the most of any year on record.
  • During the storm's three-day passage of the island, of rain fell.
  • Several days after the storm's passage, they were able to land in the country.
  • As a result of the storm's destruction, its name was later retired.
  • We don't want to take the world by storm.
  • The low damage across the state was largely due to the storm's fast motion.
  • Damage from this storm was more severe than that received in communities lying further west.
  • One day out of the blue, a girl comes storming into his life.
  • Classes at all levels of education in the state were closed during the storm's passage.
  • The game was delayed for two hours due to a heavy storm.
  • Eighteen people lost their lives as a result of the storm's passage.
  • During the storm's three-day passage of the island, a total of of rain fell.
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Meaning of storm

  • noun A violent weather condition with winds 64-72 knots (11 on the beaufort scale) and precipitation and thunder and lightning
  • noun A violent commotion or disturbance
    the storms that had characterized their relationship had died away, it was only a tempest in a teapot
  • noun A direct and violent assault on a stronghold
  • verb Take by force
    Storm the fort
  • verb Rain, hail, or snow hard and be very windy, often with thunder or lightning
    If it storms, we'll need shelter
  • verb Blow hard
    It was storming all night
  • verb Attack by storm; attack suddenly