Storm



noun
1.
a disturbance of the normal condition of the atmosphere, manifesting itself by winds of unusual force or direction, often accompanied by rain, snow, hail, thunder, and lightning, or flying sand or dust.
2.
a heavy fall of rain, snow, or hail, or a violent outbreak of thunder and lightning, unaccompanied by strong winds.
3.
Also called violent storm. Meteorology. a wind of 64–72 miles per hour (29–32 m/sec).
4.
a violent military assault on a fortified place, strong position, or the like.
5.
a heavy or sudden volley or discharge:
a storm of criticism; a storm of bullets.
6.
a violent disturbance of affairs, as a civil, political, social, or domestic commotion.
7.
a violent outburst or outbreak of expression:
a storm of applause.
8.
Informal. storm window.
verb (used without object)
9.
(of the wind or weather) to blow with unusual force, or to rain, snow, hail, etc., especially with violence (usually used impersonally with it as subject):
It stormed all day.
10.
to rage or complain with violence or fury:
He stormed angrily at me.
11.
to deliver a violent attack or fire, as with artillery:
The troops stormed against the garrison.
12.
to rush to an assault or attack:
The tanks stormed towards the city.
13.
to rush angrily:
to storm out of a room.
verb (used with object)
14.
to subject to or as if to a storm:
The salesman stormed them with offers.
15.
to utter or say with angry vehemence:
The strikers stormed their demands.
16.
to attack or assault (persons, places, or things):
to storm a fortress.
Idioms
17.
storm in a teacup. teacup (def 3).
noun
1.
Theodore Woldsen
[tey-aw-dawr vawlt-suh n] /ˈteɪ ɔˌdɔr ˈvɔlt sən/ (Show IPA), 1817–88, German poet and novelist.
noun
1.

a violent weather condition of strong winds, rain, hail, thunder, lightning, blowing sand, snow, etc
(as modifier): storm signal, storm sail
(in combination): stormproof

2.
(meteorol) a violent gale of force 10 on the Beaufort scale reaching speeds of 55 to 63 mph
3.
a strong or violent reaction: a storm of protest
4.
a direct assault on a stronghold
5.
a heavy discharge or rain, as of bullets or missiles
6.
short for storm window (sense 1)
7.
(Brit) storm in a teacup, a violent fuss or disturbance over a trivial matter US equivalent tempest in a teapot
8.
take by storm

to capture or overrun by a violent assault
to overwhelm and enthral

verb
9.
to attack or capture (something) suddenly and violently
10.
(intransitive) to be vociferously angry
11.
(intransitive) to move or rush violently or angrily
12.
(intransitive; with it as subject) to rain, hail, or snow hard and be very windy, often with thunder or lightning

storm (stôrm)
n.
An exacerbation of symptoms or a crisis in the course of a disease.
storm
(stôrm)

A low-pressure atmospheric disturbance resulting in strong winds accompanied by rain, snow, or other precipitation and often by thunder and lightning.

A wind with a speed from 103 to 117 km (64 to 73 mi) per hour, rating 11 on the Beaufort scale.

Storch

broadcast storm

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