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1. stormen v.

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(a) Of the wind: to blow violently on (the sea), cause to roll or toss; (b) ben stormed, to be exposed to storms.

2. stormish adj.

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Of a person: liable to change, inconstant, fickle; of the age of childhood: characterized by sudden changes.

3. forstormed ppl.

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Beaten or tossed by storms.

4. storm n.

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(a) An instance of violent weather, consisting of high winds usu. accompanied by rain, snow, etc.; a storm, tempest; also, a heavy fall of precipitation; storm of weder (wind, hail, etc.); storm of

5. stormī̆ā̆l adj.

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Of wind: stormy, violent.

6. stormelī adv.

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In the manner of a storm, tempestuously, violently.

7. sturmīe n.

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Cook. A dish composed of ground pork, spices, and other ingredients.

8. grindel adj.

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Fierce, angry.

9. storming ger.

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A commotion, disturbance.

10. stormī adj.

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(a) Characterized by violent weather, stormy; also fig.; (b) of a place: subject to frequent storms; (c) in proverbs and prov. expressions.

11. durdan n.

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Uproar, din.

12. saramoid n.

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A stone of magical properties that falls from the sky in thunderstorms.

13. rak n.(1)

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(a) A rain cloud, storm cloud, storm; rein and rak; (b) movement, rapid movement; a rush; haven rap and rak, to have swift passage; on rak, god (gret) rak, immediately, very quickly.