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Synonyms for tempest-tossed

pounded or hit repeatedly by storms or adversities

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He took his tempest-tossed 81 on Saturday like a man and even though he has now failed to win seven of the eight Opens that he has played in, even though the Open is obviously his toughest tournament, he will be back.
Virgin Islands, he might have had his tempest-tossed protagonists wash ashore here.
And like a dead Leaf, buffeted, Tempest-tossed, I ride the air-- Now here, now there-- Aimless, lost .
His personal search helps explain why the Old Catholic church survives as friendly port in a storm for a variety of tempest-tossed souls.
Strauss garnered a remarkable popularity among the best and brightest students passing through the University of Chicago, his refuge after fleeing tempest-tossed Europe.
The set represents the deck of a tempest-tossed ship, perhaps, or, Moyer suggested, "a Shaker attic.
Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free The wretched refuse of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door.
The real Edgar Allan Poe emerges from this biography as a very different and altogether more virile and tempest-tossed individual from the Poe of legend -- tale-teller of gothic horror stories, macabre, and mournful.
America, as honorary chair of the National Coalition on Health Care, or as a vibrant Member of our CEO Roundtable on Cancer, Rogers was forever crafting ways through which those whose lives were tempest-tossed by illness found hope.
All City parks are closed, and more than 600 nursing home residents at four facilities in the tempest-tossed Rockaways have already been evacuated.
And with the exception of Bloom's tempest-tossed Ophelia -- who really does suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune -- the other performances are basically one-note affairs, whether it's Foxworth's motley monarch, Dakin Matthews' blowhard Polonius, Gehringer's over-wrought Gertrude or "Ugly Betty's" Michael Urie as a nondescript Horatio.
Our occasional attempts at "fixing" immigration do tend to bring out the worst in our political culture, generating the strangest of historical memory lapses, as the by-now well-heeled great-grandchildren of people abused by the "Know Nothings" of America's past step forward to berate whatever new generation of migrants land, tired and tempest-tossed, on these shores.
Lady Liberty has seen many tempest-tossed generations set foot upon these shores.
A Forbes Magazine introduction to this list notes "Our 200 Best Small Companies held up pretty well during a tempest-tossed year of continued economic weakness and market upheaval.
Often as each wave of immigrants exhausted itself through achievement and assimilation, it has turned a colder eye onto the next group of tired and poor and tempest-tossed who have tried to reach these shores.