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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TEMPESTUOUSLY

Rotherby broke in tempestuously, smiting the desk before him.

He was tempestuously devoted to her, in a way that stirred her blood.

At some distance, however, the waves were tossed about most tempestuously.

All at once he came to her tempestuously, catching her arm as he would a naughty child's.

The game of patience so tempestuously concluded had occupied half-an-hour.

Tempestuously the Younger Man slammed down his magazine to the floor.

As they touched the tempestuously tossing slime, it shrieked stridently, deafeningly—cosmically!

My own blood boiled now as tempestuously as his; and with a shout of reckless triumph, I rose him at the gate.

Though the winter winds are of slower development, they are more prolonged and are tempestuously powerful.

Dont you believe him, tempestuously interrupted the temperamental little thing.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Latin tempestuosus, from tempestas (see tempest). The figurative sense is older in English; literal sense is from c.1500. Related: Tempestuously.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TEMPESTUOUSLY

angrily

adverbwith anger
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