stormy

[ stawr-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF stormy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STORMY

He who gives his mind to politics, sails on a stormy sea, with a giddy pilot.

Their interviews were first blissful, then anxious, then sad, then stormy.

Then if things went well—the temptation was strong that stormy afternoon.

The passage was stormy--the Bay of Biscay, in particular, giving us a touch of its qualities.

The passage home was stormy and long, but offered nothing remarkable.

Our homeward-bound passage was long and stormy, but we made the capes, at last.

Our whole passage was stormy, and lasted seventy days, as near as I can recollect.

These statements were then received with a stormy manifestation of incredulity.

And then, just as suddenly, like the sun rising on a stormy sea, they would begin to laugh.

Stormy Longton glanced over quickly, while the kid shuffled the cards.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR STORMY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.