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Noun
A violent disturbance of the atmosphere with strong winds and usually rain, thunder, lightning, or snow
“The storm would make it difficult for us to press forward toward our destination.”
Noun
A direct assault by troops on a fortified place
“An attempt at a storm on the castle was beaten back by defenders.”
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A tumultuous or angry reaction
“The book would touch on many issues that were considered taboo, resulting in a veritable storm across the country.”
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A state of noisy and confused activity
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“It was the calm before the storm as the audience waited in anticipation for their favorite band to emerge.”
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A vehement outburst of a specified feeling or reaction
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“Donald's remarks set off a storm of controversy.”
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A heavy discharge of many things at once
“He was thoroughly unprepared for the storm of tough questions that awaited him at the press conference.”
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A feeling of great displeasure or anger
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Heated and prolonged public dissension over an issue
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Dark cloud(s) indicating heavy weather
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Sharpness or bitterness of words, actions, or disposition
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A sudden surge or uprising, akin to a stormy squall or swelling force
Verb
To move angrily or forcefully in a specified direction
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“The conversation deteriorated into calling each other daft names, and I moved to storm out of his office with one final remark.”
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(of troops) To suddenly attack and capture (a building or other place) by means of force
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“A shooting broke out, prompting troops to storm the building.”
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To shout (something) angrily
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“My room was a mess. "Clean it up, right now!" my mother would storm.”
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To be stirred up with anger
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“When we arrived, our hostess was storming because dinner had been ruined.”
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To have the weather be rough or violent
“It would continue to storm throughout the night.”
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To move or proceed onward
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To be in an uncontrollable rage
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To move or walk, especially in an orderly fashion as a group in a single line
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To besiege or surround with troops
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To speak or write about with great hostility
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To move in a specified direction as a mass of people or things
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To blow, typically of the wind or the effects of the wind
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To make a loud, deep, resonant sound
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