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Unwarned, he had acted it is probable as Tissot had acted, weakly and stormily: warned, he had no excuse if he failed her.
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But for several minutes she stood, brooding darkly and stormily, her hands fingering the strings.
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Justin's young eyes were looking out stormily upon the gray world.
GLORY OF YOUTHTEMPLE BAILEY
Nevertheless, the atmosphere of the proposal, though reasonable, looms a degree stormily into a troubled future.
Now, of course, the judge could not see how they conversed together, how he spoke stormily and she turned her eyes away.
Sitting down on a chair by the table, flinging her arms out upon it, and burying her face in them, she proceeded to cry stormily.
ANNE OF GREEN GABLESLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
The meeting went stormily on, the accusation and the anger of the people against the minister growing more and more.
After that, they drifted into talk of the future, rather than driving stormily into the teeth of it, like tempest-tossed leaves.
VISION HOUSEC. N. WILLIAMSON
Having exhausted her vocabulary, both English and Hindustani, Tessa broke at last into tears and wept stormily for many minutes.
Her wide open eyes stared into the darkness, while her mind stormily reviewed the day.
BRAND BLOTTERSWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE

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