(especially of weather) affected or characterized by storms or commotion
"a stormy day"; "wide and stormy seas"
characterized by violent emotions or behavior
"a stormy argument"; "a stormy marriage"
Of or pertaining to storms.
Characterized by, or proceeding from, a storm; subject to storms; agitated with strong winds and heavy rain.
a stormy season or a stormy day
Proceeding from violent agitation or fury.
a stormy sound or stormy shocks
Violent; passionate; rough.
Origin: From stormi, from stormig, equivalent to . Cognate with stormig, stürmig, stormig.
characterized by, or proceeding from, a storm; subject to storms; agitated with furious winds; biosterous; tempestous; as, a stormy season; a stormy day or week
proceeding from violent agitation or fury; as, a stormy sound; stormy shocks
violent; passionate; rough; as, stormy passions
Stormy is an album by American country music singer and songwriter Hank Williams, Jr. It was released on August 31, 1999 on the Curb Records label.
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The numerical value of stormy in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of stormy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of stormy in a Sentence
Sunny days give us happiness; stormy days give us wisdom.
Fire, and hail; snow, and vapours; stormy wind fulfilling his word.
I wanted to address President Trump’s stormy relationship with the press.
Michael Avenatti wonder if they had some deal before Stormy Daniels ' interview.
We’ve been through some little stormy periods before. I think we’ll overcome it.
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- tempestuósCatalan, Valencian
- borrascoso, tempestuosoSpanish
- stoirmeilScottish Gaelic
- burzowy, burzliwyPolish
- бурево́й, бу́рный, бу́йный, штормово́й, неи́стовыйRussian
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