stormily


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Synonyms for stormily

in a stormy or violent manner

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Rosa's mind throughout the last six months had been stormily confused.
Laurie dashed into a livelier strain, played stormily for several minutes, and would have got through bravely, if in a momentary lull Mrs.
Then they waved their broad leaves stormily, and scattered the heavy drops on his dripping garments.
In series one, Victoria married the handsome prince, but in this series she and Albert get down to the serious business of living happily, sometimes stormily, ever after," adds Goodwin.
Show creator Daisy Goodwin said: "In series one Victoria married the handsome prince, but in this series she and Albert get down to the serious business of living happily, sometimes stormily, ever after.
A break in continuity of epithelium associated with underlying stormily infiltrate was considered infectious unless proved otherwise.
Each story guides us through the different perspectives people can have of situations, in this case the effect of Hardy's uncanny ability, his and Grace's stormily dark relationship and the mysterious and possibly deadly night when he tried to cure a badly crippled friend.