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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Yet few other correspondences with today‘s political tempests, in the U.S. and around the world, are seized upon.
Once the tons of debris are gone, the power grid restrung and hundreds of bent-but-not-broken roofs repaired, the Keys will be up and waiting for the next tropical tempest.
Press it, and the AMG GT C goes from sounding like a tempest to a hurricane.
As Rome senses a devastating tempest on the way, the citizenry grows restive.
A few miles away, amidst the tempest, my wife sat on the front porch of her sister's new home.
What's curious is that hiring Vick would seem far more significant than other sports media tempests of late that have inflamed greater passion in social media circles and among non-sports pundits.
The minor tempest began the day after the carnage left by a gunman who killed 58 people at a country music concert on the Las Vegas strip.
But the sultry chemistry between them on this crossover smash was the perfect tempest of their styles.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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