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storm

storm

 
 
pronunciation:
storm
parts of speech:
noun, verb
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a violent disturbance in the atmosphere, that brings rain, snow, wind, thunder, or lightning.
synonyms:
squall, tempest
definition 2: an outburst of strong feeling.
On hearing the bad news, the crowd exploded in a storm of anger.
synonyms:
eruption, outburst
similar words:
fury, hail
 
part of speech: verb
inflections: stormed, storming, storms
definition 1: to blow with heavy rain or snow, and sometimes with thunder and lightening.
It stormed all night.
synonyms:
blow, bluster
similar words:
howl, pour, rave, roar, thunder
definition 2: to move or rush angrily.
We stormed out of the house.
synonyms:
charge
similar words:
stamp, stomp, stride, tear, tramp
definition 3: to attack.
The army stormed the enemy position last night.
similar words:
assault, attack, beset, besiege, bombard, descend upon, invade, raid, strike
derivations: stormless (adj.), stormlike (adj.)