Synonyms of tempestuous
1 passionateDictionary • the couple's tempestuous relationship
passionate • He made a passionate speech about his commitment to peace.
intense • She is more adult, and more intense than I had imagined.
turbulent • six turbulent years of rows and reconciliations
heated • It was a very heated argument.
wild • When drunk, he became wild and violent.
violent • He was a violent man with a drink and drugs problem.
stormy • The letter was read at a stormy meeting.
impassioned • He made an impassioned appeal for peace.
uncontrolled • His uncontrolled behaviour disturbed the whole class.
boisterous • a boisterous but good-natured crowd
feverish • a state of feverish excitement
2 stormyDictionary • adverse winds and tempestuous weather
stormy • the long stormy winter of 1942
turbulent • I had to have a boat that could handle turbulent seas.
inclement • Thousands braved the inclement weather last week.
raging • raging seas
windy • It was a windy, overcast day.
boisterous • The boisterous wind had been making the sea increasingly choppy.
blustery • a cool, blustery day
gusty • Weather forecasts predict gusty winds and lightning strikes.
squally • The competitors had to contend with squally weather conditions.
furious • A furious gunbattle ensued.
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blusteryBlustery weather is rough, windy, and often rainy, with the wind often changing in strength or direction.
• a cool, blustery day
boisterousSomeone who is boisterous is noisy, lively, and full of energy.
• a boisterous but good-natured crowd
• The boisterous wind had been making the sea increasingly choppy.
Thesaurus for tempestuous from the Collins English Thesaurus
of or relating to a tempest