Examples of tempest in a Sentence
the sudden summertime tempest drove us off the golf course and into the clubhouse
the town council handled the tempest over cuts to the school budget as well as could be expected
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So after intermission, Dorcas took over the role for the second act, an emotional tempest for the character of Eliza.
Advisers are hoping the meeting will draw attention from the legal tempest in Washington and New York.
Some details conjure atmospheric tempests excised from J.M.W. Turner or George Inness.
They were focused on providing a modicum of stability in the midst of the tempest that is Donald Trump; on mitigating the president’s temper, wild instincts, and mercurial moods.
And once the narrative shifts to the confrontations between activists and loggers, the accelerating pace and drama overwhelmed any remaining reservations. Patricia’s story, which glides alongside this tempest, provides its own kind of drama.
Only through their collective resolve is the tempest weathered.
Shows of every hue now engage the tempest of Trump's reach and rule.
This week’s tempest dropped snow by the foot from Pennsylvania to New England.
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TEMPEST Defined for English Language Learners
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: a violent storm
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