Examples of torrential in a Sentence
The rain caused torrential flooding.
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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.
In both states, torrential rains dropped up to two inches of rain and left many people were left without power.
Wednesday's game was a soggy affair, with torrential rain at one point halfway through the contest, so the stands in the South Side were emptier than usual, meaning Judge could hear every last jeer.
Motorists planning a long trip should prepare for any severe weather - particularly torrential rains or storms - anywhere along the route, Farmers Insurance advises.
The severe weather was arriving on the anniversary of torrential rains and flooding that left 23 people dead in West Virginia last year.
But the main threat from Cindy wasn’t wind, but water, and potentially life-threatening floods from the torrential rain.
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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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