Recent Examples of hailstorm from the Web
The comment unleashed a hailstorm of criticism, tarnishing her image.
The Wildcats mollywhopped the Jayhawks, 95–79, burying them with a hailstorm of three-pointers, baffling them on defense, seeing six players score in double figures.
Weather researchers may have discovered a sign to warn you weeks before a severe hailstorm will hit.
According to the family, a massive hailstorm killed the crops that year, and on top of that, their mother finally succeeded in pressuring their father to make education a priority.
Zinke also withstood a hailstorm of opposition to dramatically shrink two national monuments in Utah, Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears.
Climate change is not directly linked to tornadoes and hailstorms, although atmosphere and higher humidity can provide more energy for these storms, Climate Central said.
But zoom out, and this hailstorm’s qualities of shape and proportion begin to emerge.
Klassen arrived at the Route 91 Harvest music festival minutes after a hailstorm of bullets leveled dozens in the crowd of more than 20,000 people.
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Definition of hailstorm for English Language Learners
: a storm that produces hail
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