torrents

[ tawr-uhnt, tor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF torrents

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Rain fell in torrents; the crashing thunder was like the roar of artillery.

On the 28th of June the thermometer rose to 45, and the rain fell in torrents.

The torrents of water ceased—they had flowed but to set her free.

It was raining in torrents, and the quay was absolutely deserted.

It was a hand-to-hand contest, and torrents of human blood ran that day.

Water fell in torrents, and the desert below him was one wide river.

Torrents of rain pour down, rivalling the cloud-bursts of Arizona.

The rain fell in torrents, deluging the city as if the sea itself were pouring on it.

Not a breath of wind was stirring, and the rain descended in torrents.

The torrents between this and Massa are all full, and perfectly impassable.