violent storm

  1. a violent weather condition with winds 64-72 knots (11 on the Beaufort scale) and precipitation and thunder and lightning
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How To Use violent storm In A Sentence

  • At the beginning of the film, Ry stands in for an injured ballerina for a performance at Grant Park's new bandshell; during her performance, a violent storm erupts.
  • It is assumed that the vessel foundered in an instant but violent storm.
  • It had been forced to run before another violent storm until, dismasted and rudderless, it too had struck the huge rock at the mouth of Farnescombe Bay.
  • Violent storms wreaked havoc on the French Riviera, leaving three people dead and dozens injured.
  • Overtaken by thick fogs and violent storms, Kruzenstern now hunted in vain for some islands marked on a map found on a Spanish gallion captured by Anson, and the existence of which had been alternately accepted and rejected by different cartographers, though they appear in Celebrated Travels and Travellers Part III. The Great Explorers of the Nineteenth Century
  • The black cloud presignified a violent storm.
  • Much of England was hit by violent storms as the heatwave that had engulfed the country over the past few days turned to torrential rain.
  • Their plane was brought down by a violent storm.
  • They had the misfortune to be hit by a violent storm.
  • Nearing the south, they encountered a violent storm, which the vessel outrode, receiving little or no damage. Grace Darling Heroine of the Farne Islands
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