Synonym: angry, furious, raging, stormy, wild. Similar words: sumptuous, temple, temporal, temporary, contemplate, contretemps, gesture, contemporary. Meaning: [tem'pestʃʊəs] adj. 1. characterized by violent emotions or behavior 2. (of the elements) as if showing violent anger.
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1. For years, the couple's tempestuous relationship made the headlines.
2. She burst into a tempestuous fit of anger.
3. They got divorced in 1992 after a tempestuous marriage.
4. On the tempestuous north coast, double glazing, central heating and damp proof courses are among the first essentials.
5. He and the tempestuous Chapman had an incredibly attuned working relationship which began m 1960.
6. The tempestuous Belle was nurtured and protected in Cleveland to the point of outright embarrassment for management.
7. Their loving was wild and tempestuous, with no time to spare for tenderness or softly spoken promises.
8. " Dark and tempestuous was night.
9. Au contraire, they are massive and tempestuous.
10. Somehow the marriage lasted for eight tempestuous months.
11. She is in a tempestuous mood.
12. Their married life was short and tempestuous.
13. Their ship was sailing dangerously in the tempestuous sea.
14. Burst, to illumine our tempestuous day.
15. These youths are very tempestuous.
16. Do not oppose a party, not tempestuous , the off - duty workers should have a meal.
17. Her character falls in love very quickly with tempestuous Rochester.
18. All the fury of her tempestuous soul fell , as the sea falls undera lapse of wind.
19. As the years pass and Hannah's tempestuous fantasy life encroaches upon reality, she feels increasingly estranged from him and the marriage gradually disintegrates.
20. After a tempestuous two - month voyage they landed at in icy November, what is now Plymouth, Massachusetts.
21. Bears , dragons , tempestuous on mountain and river , Startle t he forest and make the heights tremble .
22. Rugged, tempestuous and pretty dapper in a skin-tight federation uniform, the man was born to lead - and break hearts.
23. Autumn is blown hither and thither by an ever-changing tempestuous wind.
24. The end of their romance in the middle of June was just as tempestuous.
25. Plastered to tiny projections on the chalk face, the majority survive howling gales and tempestuous spray-lashings.
26. It lies at the heart of one of the most tempestuous alliances in art between Vincent Van Gogh and his mentor Paul Gauguin.
27. One forlorn fragment of dollanity had belonged to Jo and, having led a tempestuous life, was left a wreck in the rag bag, from which dreary poorhouse it was rescued by Beth and taken to her refuge.
28. I could only wonder what the Vikings arriving here thought after battling the tempestuous Atlantic in nothing more than a longboat.
29. But not long after there arose against it a tempestuous wind[sentencedict.com], called Euroclydon.
30. Month after month, images of protests, the hostage crisis, and other tempestuous events came pouring out of my homeland.
More similar words: sumptuous, temple, temporal, temporary, contemplate, contretemps, gesture, contemporary, ambiguous, assiduous, innocuous, superfluous, continuous, promiscuous, imperious, study, studio, student, costume, stumble, disturb, stubborn, whimper, compel, stem, item, compete, disturbing, impetus, imperial.