storm

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈstɔːrm/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/stɔrm/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(stôrm)

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storm

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [severe, tropical, winter] storm
  2. the perfect storm
  3. [predict, detect, see] a storm
  4. [warn, advise, inform] of storms
  5. many [homes, possessions, heirlooms] were lost in the storm
  6. the storm left [carnage, devastation] in its wake
  7. thousands (of people) were [evacuated, trapped, cut off] after the storm
  8. [trees, benches] were uprooted during the storm
  9. damaged [during, by, following, after] the storm
  10. in the [wake, aftermath, devastation] of the storm
  11. a storm of [abuse, jeers, rage, applause, criticism]
  12. a storm of [bullets, rounds, gunfire]
  13. weathered the storm
  14. the calm before the storm
  15. UK: it was just a storm in a teacup
n as adj
  1. suffered storm damage
  2. in the storm drain
  3. issue a storm [warning, watch]
v
  1. stormed into the [room]
  2. stormed through the [room, house, office]
  3. stormed out of the [room]
  4. stormed off in [anger, frustration]
  5. stormed off the [field, pitch]
  6. storm away in [anger]
  7. storm over to the [school, office, store]
  8. stormed ahead of [everyone, the crowd]
  9. stormed home after [class, work]
  10. stormed about how [cruel, unfair]
  11. stormed [angrily, furiously] at him
  12. storm the [base, castle]
  13. stormed the [beaches, city]
  14. stormed and [captured, sacked, occupied, destroyed]
  15. stormed his [house, office, apartment] [looking, searching] for
  16. storm to [victory, success, power]
  17. was storming all [night, day, week]
  18. will storm [tomorrow]
  19. is going to storm [tomorrow]
  20. stormed at [3:00 PM]
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