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stormy in Meteorology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstormystorm‧y /ˈstɔːmi $ ˈstɔːr-/ ●●● S3 adjective  1 HEMwith strong winds, heavy rain, and dark clouds The sky was starting to look stormy. a dark and stormy night2 ANGRYa stormy relationship, meeting etc is full of strong and often angry feelings a stormy affair3 stormy seas are very rough, with big waves that are caused by strong winds hostile, stormy seas
Examples from the Corpus
stormyThe December peace talks are likely to be stormy.Their relationship has been often stormy.Their relationship could be stormy at times.After a long and sometimes stormy discussion, a decision was finally reached.We walked the town walls, whilst Jessie Young told us breathtaking stories of battered Berwick's stormy history.a stormy meetingHe was ready to take on the salt air and the stormy sea.This stormy summer threw down and scattered grain, held berries back from ripening.Unfortunately, my parents' marriage slowly hit stormy weather and they split up.Instead he ran into stormy weather.A wild, stormy wind was blowing, and in the garden I passed the wreck of the great tree.a stormy winter night