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stormy

storm·y

stormy

 
 
pronunciation:
stor mi
part of speech: adjective
inflections: stormier, stormiest
definition 1: having or characterized by storms.
It was a stormy night and the ship rocked violently from side to side.Summer is a stormy season of the year in this part of the country.
antonyms:
calm
similar words:
foul, windy
definition 2: characterized by violent emotions or actions.
He's in a stormy mood tonight, so it's not a good time to ask him a favor.
synonyms:
fiery, violent
antonyms:
calm, peaceful, placid, tranquil
similar words:
agitated, beside oneself, excited, fierce, furious, intense, passionate, raging
derivations: stormily (adv.), storminess (n.)