Meaning of STORM in English

STORM

n. 25B6; noun

battered by a storm : TEMPEST, squall; gale, hurricane, tornado, cyclone, typhoon; thunderstorm, rainstorm, monsoon, hailstorm, snowstorm, blizzard; N. Amer. williwaw, windstorm.

a storm of bullets : VOLLEY, salvo, fusillade, barrage, cannonade; shower, spray, hail, rain.

there was a storm over his remarks : UPROAR, outcry, fuss, furore, brouhaha, rumpus, trouble, hue and cry, controversy; informal to-do, hoo-ha, hullabaloo, ballyhoo, ructions, stink; Brit. informal row.

a storm of protest : OUTBURST, outbreak, explosion, eruption, outpouring, surge, blaze, flare-up, wave.

25B6; verb

she stormed out : STRIDE ANGRILY, stomp, march, stalk, flounce, stamp, fling.

his mother stormed at him : RANT, rave, shout, bellow, roar, thunder, rage.

police stormed the building : ATTACK, charge, rush, assail, descend on, swoop on.

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