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synonyms for tempestuously

  • frantically
  • furiously
  • stormily
  • tumultuously
  • turbulently
  • violently
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How to use tempestuously in a sentence

The city has had a tempestuous relationship with state housing law for years, resulting in multiple lawsuits brought by developers and tenants.
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And after him came tempestuously young Lord Strepp, white on the lips with pure rage.
THE O'RUDDYSTEPHEN CRANE
My own blood boiled now as tempestuously as his; and with a shout of reckless triumph, I rose him at the gate.
CHARLES O'MALLEY, THE IRISH DRAGOON, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)CHARLES LEVER
A tempest is raging tempestuously without, but within we find a scene of dazzling magnificence.
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Dont you believe him, tempestuously interrupted the temperamental little thing.
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So he laid him upon his mother's pillows; and the boy wreathed his soft arms about her neck and sobbed tempestuously.
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But Bligh made no advances to any one and in sad silence unknown and unthought of, brooded tempestuously.
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"I ain't goin' to believe it, if the hull hellish world tells me so," she flashed forth tempestuously.
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As the knight entered, the plumes on the enchanted helmet in the court-yard were tempestuously agitated, and nodded thrice.
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Patty flung her arms round her sister tempestuously, and pulled out the waves of her hair so that it softened her face.
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WORDS RELATED TO TEMPESTUOUSLY

  • bitterly
  • crisply
  • crossly
  • fiercely
  • furiously
  • heatedly
  • hotly
  • in anger
  • indignantly
  • infuriatedly
  • irately
  • irritably
  • madly
  • savagely
  • sharply
  • tempestuously
  • testily
  • violently
  • wildly
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.