hailstorm

[heyl-stawrm]
noun
a storm with hail.

Origin:
1675–85; hail2 + storm

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hailstorm (ˈheɪlˌstɔːm)
 
n
a storm during which hail falls

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Example sentences
If photons weren't so light, you'd be shredded by a photon hailstorm every time you lazed under a sunbeam.
His fatigue was so severe that he had slept through a driving hailstorm.
If a hailstorm starts, surely instead of remonstrating with it, you try to take shelter.
Damage to windows and a roof from a violent hailstorm.
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