Examples of tornado in a Sentence
in the path of a tornado
Recent Examples of tornado from the Web
The result was a tornado of seagull excrement, feathers and pepperoni chunks and fairly large birds whipping around the room.
The Enquirer/Kareem Elgazzar Thunderstorms, tornados and flooding.
In each case, Davis’s muted trumpet is as delicate as a daisy while Coltrane’s saxophone is a tornado of soul and brawn.
The National Weather Service confirmed that a large tornado hit the area at about 8:40 p.m. (9:40 p.m. ET).
Instead, the Huskies broke out of the gate at ridiculous speed Saturday afternoon, and a helpless guest, St. Francis (Pa.), was swept up by a tornado and tossed aside rather casually and cruelly.
Gurka said the contents of the plans aren't publicly available for security reasons, but students and staff routinely practice fire, tornado and lockdown drills.
Severe storms capable of producing a tornado could hit the Charlotte metro area on Thursday, a National Weather Service meteorologist said late Wednesday.
In rural, south central Kentucky, 79-year-old Dallas Jane Combs died after a suspected tornado hit her Adairville home Saturday evening, Logan County Sheriff’s Department told television station WKRN.
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Definition of tornado for English Language Learners
: a violent and destructive storm in which powerful winds move around a central point
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