tempestuous


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violently disturbed or agitated, as by storms

marked by unrest or disturbance

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characterized by violent emotions or behavior

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(of the elements) as if showing violent anger

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Mumbai, Oct 16 (ANI): Bollywood actors Zayed Khan and Shruti Hassan dazzled the ramp in the exquisite collection of designer Manav Gangwani titled 'A Tempestuous Affaire' at the HDIL couture week.
Unfortunately, it soon turns out there are more pressing matters at hand when, after Lexi tells Laurel about her tempestuous emotional state, Nicola confesses she thinks she's pregnant.
Thirty years after the Iron Lady came to power, BBC World Affairs Correspondent Allan Little examines why she had such a tempestuous relationship with the Scots.
We are aware of Rooney's tempestuous and aggressive nature but where is the evidence of this 'Genius' tag that who given to him on leaving Everton for pounds 30 million and a pay packet of pounds 120,000 per week?
Baracchi entwined political intrigue with a series of tempestuous romances with poets, artists and playwrights, including Katharine Susannah Prichard, Lesbia Harford and Betty Roland.
Is it the tempestuous Cold War history, Cuba's close proximity to Florida, memories of the boy Elian Gonzalez, or the beautiful beaches and palm trees?
The play revolves around the tempestuous love affair between Mark Antony, part of an alliance that rules Rome, and the queen of Egypt, and the choices that each must make between love and country.
The 20-year-old from Leicestershire, was the third contestant to leave the seventh series of the reality TV show, after a tempestuous first week saw Shahbaz walk out and Dawn ejected for breaking the rules.
Before Evita there was Manuelita, the tempestuous mistress of Latin America's greatest hero, Simon Bolivar.
Since those tempestuous times, Smiley has forged a miniconglomerate, The Smiley Group, and become the first African American to host his own show on National Public Radio.
As whirlwinds of painted and drawn pattern--the surfaces depicted include wallpaper, flooring, and upholstery--jumbled with hard-edged swatches of poured color, they negotiated a tempestuous push-pull, becoming a sort of manic, quasi-illusionist take on Frank Stella's late '60s abstractions.
In Soto's repeated rounds of pas de deux with each dancer--the tender Kistler draped herself around him, the tempestuous Weese engaged in a physical tug of war, and the sensual Sylve stretched and contorted her body provocatively--nothing developed.
That adage "What's done in the dark will come to light" boldly applies to Pete's tempestuous and sexually charged new book.
Previously described as storms in a teacup and a rice bowl, a more tempestuous tariff war seems likely between Kenya and Pakistan, and it is already had a serious effect on Kenya's export tea sales.