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tempestuous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature
tempestuoustem‧pes‧tu‧ous /temˈpestʃuəs/ adjective  1 EMOTIONALa tempestuous relationship or period of time involves a lot of difficulty and strong emotions a tempestuous marriage2 literaryDN a tempestuous sea or wind is very rough and violent syn stormy
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tempestuousThe end of their romance in the middle of June was just as tempestuous.Plastered to tiny projections on the chalk face, the majority survive howling gales and tempestuous spray-lashings.Autumn is blown hither and thither by an ever-changing tempestuous wind.
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