Definition of stormy
- a stormy day
- a stormy autumn
- a stormy life
- a stormy conference
The weather was cold and stormy.
Their relationship was very stormy.
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bang-bang, blood-and-guts, convulsive, cyclonic, explosive, ferocious, fierce, furious, hammer-and-tongs, hot, knock-down, drag-out (or knock-down-and-drag-out), paroxysmal, rabid, rough, tempestuous, tumultuous, turbulent, violent, volcanic;
: relating to or affected by a storm
: full of anger, shouting, etc.
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the quality or state of being insatiable
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