stormy

[stawr-mee]
adjective, stormier, stormiest.
1.
affected, characterized by, or subject to storms; tempestuous: a stormy sea.
2.
characterized by violent commotion, actions, speech, passions, etc.: a stormy debate.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; Old English stormig. See storm, -y1

stormily, adverb
storminess, noun
unstormily, adverb
unstorminess, noun
unstormy, adjective
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stormy (ˈstɔːmɪ)
 
adj , stormier, stormiest
1.  characterized by storms
2.  subject to, involving, or characterized by violent disturbance or emotional outburst
 
'stormily
 
adv
 
'storminess
 
n

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Example sentences
The weather was stormy, the wind blowing and still it kept its grip and
  composure.
If it's the former, you want to show waves crashing against the shore, probably
  in stormy weather.
Initial reports suggest that stormy weather may have contributed to the
  accident.
Most likely the coast will be spared a full onslaught, but if you live there,
  it's best to be prepared for stormy weather.
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