Examples of torrential in a Sentence
The rain caused torrential flooding.
Recent Examples of torrential from the Web
Torrential rains in Wisconsin and Lake County forced the Des Plaines River to overflow its banks last week, but Park Ridge remained largely unaffected, according to the city's top public works official.
Trees, transportation and a torrential thunderstorm were all thrown together in Washington Friday afternoon to create scenes of summertime drama and occasional disruption.
Torrential rain and a severe thunder and lightning storm postponed Wednesday night’s quarterfinal match between NASL Spring champion Miami FC and FC Cincinnati, an endearing United Soccer League team that drew 32,000 fans for its last match.
The strongest storms could bring with them wind gusts of up to 60 mph, according to the National Weather Service, as well as lightning and torrential rain.
Troops and rescuers gained access Friday to some of the villages that were cut off by torrential rain and rescued more than a dozen stranded residents, officials said.
Because even when all the guests are sent home due to a torrential downpour, the place isn't going to get ready for closing by itself.
Any of these storms can be strong, with briefly torrential rain and frequent lightning.
The strongest storms could bring gusty winds, torrential rain and frequent lightning.
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First Known Use of torrential
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Definition of torrential for English Language Learners
: coming in a large, fast stream
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