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affected, characterized by, or subject to
a stormy sea.
characterized by violent commotion, actions, speech, passions, etc.:
a stormy debate.
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The weather was
, 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
Initial reports suggest that
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
But scientists are finding that those dramatic electrical discharges are far more than a sideshow in
There is a good chance that with a hybrid system, when it is cloudy or
without much solar gain, it will be windy.
The planes flew in one direction then another as balmy daylight turned to
seas in the darkness.
The mesocyclone can eventually form a
funnel cloud, which becomes a tornado when it touches down.
For instance, sledging parties often encountered sastrugi, wind-sculpted snow that can resemble the surface of a
seas heighten the effects of the currents, making the whirlpools even more spectacular.
British Dictionary definitions for
characterized by storms
subject to, involving, or characterized by violent disturbance or emotional outburst
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