Tesauro Inglês

Sinônimos de storm

(substantivo) 
Definition
a violent weather condition of strong winds, rain, hail, thunder, lightning, etc.
the violent storms which whipped America's East Coast
Sinônimos
tempest (literary)
torrential rain and howling tempest
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blast
Blasts of cold air swept down from the mountains.
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hurricane
People have been killed in the hurricane's destructive path.
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gale
forecasts of fierce gales over the next few days
,
tornado
The tornado tossed homes around like litter.
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cyclone
The death toll from the cyclone has now risen to one-hundred-and-forty.
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blizzard
The blizzard has not just affected the Midlands.
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whirlwind
They scattered like leaves in a whirlwind.
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gust
A gust of laughter greeted him as he walked into the room.
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squall
The boat was hit by a squall north of the island.
(substantivo) 
Definition
a violent disturbance or quarrel
The photos caused a storm when they were first published.
Sinônimos
outburst
an outburst of anger
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row
‘Whatever is that row?’ she demanded.
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stir
His film has caused a stir in America.
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outcry
She was later reinstated in her job after a public outcry.
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furore
an international furore over the plan
, ,
anger
He cried with anger and frustration.
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passion
Sam flew into a passion at the suggestion.
He killed the woman in a fit of passion.
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outbreak
an outbreak of violence involving hundreds of youths
This outbreak of flu is no worse than normal.
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turmoil
a year of political turmoil
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disturbance
During the disturbance, three men were hurt.
, ,
clamour
Kathryn's quiet voice stilled the clamour.
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agitation
She was in a state of emotional agitation.
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commotion
He heard a terrible commotion outside.
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rumpus
He had left before the rumpus started.
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tumult
Round one ended to a tumult of whistles, screams and shouts.
,
hubbub
the hubbub over the election
(substantivo) 
His speech was greeted with a storm of applause.
Sinônimos
roar
the roar of traffic
, , ,
din
They tried to make themselves heard over the din of the crowd.
(substantivo) 
the storm of the Bastille
Sinônimos
attack
a campaign of air attacks on strategic targets
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rush
Throw something noisy and feign a rush at him.
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assault
The rebels are poised for a new assault.
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offensive
The armed forces have launched an offensive to recapture lost ground.
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blitz
Security forces are active since the bombing blitz last month.
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onslaught
a military onslaught against the rebels
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blitzkrieg
(substantivo) 
Definition
a heavy discharge of bullets or missiles
a storm of missiles
Sinônimos
barrage
a barrage of angry questions from the floor
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volley
It's still not known how many died in the volleys of gunfire.
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salvo
His testimony was only one in a salvo of new attacks.
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rain
A rain of stones descended on the police.
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shower
a shower of meteorites
, ,
discharge
Where firearms are kept at home, the risk of accidental discharge is high.
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fusillade
Both were killed in a fusillade of bullets.
(verbo) 
Definition
to move or rush violently or angrily
After a bit of an argument, he stormed out.
Sinônimos
rush
Someone inside the building rushed out.
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stamp
She stamped her feet on the pavement to keep out the cold.
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flounce
She flounced out of my room in a huff.
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fly
I flew downstairs.
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stalk
If his patience is tried at meetings he has been known to stalk out.
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stomp (informal)
(verbo) 
Definition
to shout angrily
‘It's a fiasco,’ he stormed.
Sinônimos
rage
He raged at me for being late.
,
fume
I fumed when these women did not respond.
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rant
I don't rant and rave or throw tea cups.
, , ,
rave
She cried and raved for weeks.
, , ,
go ballistic (slang)
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fly off the handle (informal)
He flew off the handle at the slightest thing.
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wig out (slang)
(verbo) 
Definition
to attack or capture (a place) suddenly and violently
The refugees decided to storm the embassy.
Sinônimos
attack
The infantry's aim was to slow attacking forces.
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charge
Our general ordered us to charge the enemy.
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rush
They rushed the entrance.
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assault
They would be compelled to assault the capital from the south.
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assail
He was assailed by a young man.
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take by storm

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of agitation
She was in a state of emotional agitation.
in the sense of anger
Definition
a feeling of extreme annoyance or displeasure
He cried with anger and frustration.
in the sense of assail
Definition
to attack violently
He was assailed by a young man.
Sinônimos
set about,
fall upon,
set upon,
lay into (informal),

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