Thesaurus / tornadoes
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Tornadoes occurred in Alabama, Missouri and Illinois, accompanied with extensive damage to property.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
The secondary storms of cyclones, such as are above noted, receive the name of tornadoes.
In every regard except their small size and their violence these tornadoes closely resemble hurricanes.
In general appearance these air whirls resemble tornadoes, except that they are in all cases smaller than that group of whirlings.
As in the tornadoes, the waterspout begins with a funnel, which descends from the sky to the surface of the sea.
Like the tornadoes and dust whirls, the life of a waterspout appears to be brief.
Finally the hurricane broke loose, and its tornadoes of fire and iron shook the quiet Woodland.
THE SURPRISES OF LIFEGEORGES CLEMENCEAU
And these forces broke loose at times with the ruinous effect of tornadoes, floods, and thunderbolts.
THE CUP OF FURYRUPERT HUGHES
We can break it out when we like; but from all accounts the first burst of these tornadoes is terrible.
THE QUEEN'S CUPG. A. HENTY
The harmless, as well as the heavy tornadoes, have the same black and threatening aspect.
JOURNAL OF AN AFRICAN CRUISERHORATIO BRIDGE