The twister was recorded as a F4 tornado, the second-highest intensity on the Fujita scale.
Noem cannot be whipped; Noem cannot vote; Noem's ambitions are as worthwhile as pixie dust in a twister.
As befitting a reality-TV star, Elsa now has her own Twitter account—which she refers to as "twister."
The 1999 twister caused the fastest wind speed ever recorded on Earth up to that time: 318 miles per hour.
It can shelter 3,000 people, if they can get there before a twister strikes.
We're out of the path of the worst of the 'twister,' but it's best to take no chances.
A second later a "twister" from the hills hit us, and adroitly he headed her into it.
Curry sent a twister over second that Mullen could not get under.
"I can tell he's going to be a twister," warned Cousin Egbert.
You're right, though,' says he, and with that he tries to put a twister on Diablo's nose.
To induce or persuade someone very strongly; importune someone powerfully, as if by physical force: You grab this opportunity to twist my arm (1940s+)