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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Sense: Noun: tempest
Synonyms:
tempest, squall, downpour, rainfall, blizzard , hurricane , typhoon, snowstorm, rainstorm, thunderstorm , hailstorm, sandstorm
Antonyms:
calm , light breeze, drizzle , stillness, rainbow , clement weather
Sense: Noun: turmoil
Synonyms:
turmoil , tumult, commotion, hubbub, outbreak , pandemonium, ruckus, stir , bustle , furor, furore (UK), helter-skelter, uproar , hoopla, hullabaloo, ado, to-do (informal), stew
Antonyms:
peace , harmony , quiet , agreement , enjoyment , joy , order
Sense: Noun: barrage
Synonyms:
barrage , volley, bombardment, flurry , hail , shower , salvo
Sense: Verb: rain
Synonyms:
rain , pour , shower , precipitate , downpour, rain cats and dogs
Antonyms:
die down, ease , abate , be clear, be sunny
Sense: Verb: make a violent attack
Synonyms:
attack , assault , assail, charge , strike , pounce on, jump on, rush , go in on, descend on, beset, set on, take sth/sb by storm
Antonyms:
defend , protect , help , aid , hesitate , withdraw , retreat , leave quietly, fall back
Sense: Verb: walk angrily
Synonyms:
stomp , stamp , charge , flounce, steam
Sense: Verb: be angry
Synonyms:
seethe, boil , fume, burn , rage , steam , sizzle, go ballistic (slang), fly off the handle (informal)

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