Tempest [noun]

Definition of Tempest:

wild storm; commotion

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Sentence/Example of Tempest:

The tempest suppressed his voice, as it had put out the fire.

Let us now turn to "The Tempest," and see how our poet figures in it.

He looked like a harbinger of tempest, a shipmate of the Flying Dutchman.

A writer who guesses his way to the truth and dispels it with a tempest of words.

This last speech of Slipslop raised a tempest in the mind of her mistress.

The star that guides it is our guide, and in the tempest that menaces we behold our own doom!

But in the morning, all had again disappeared, as if swept by a tempest.

Snow, and rain, and tempest came in quick succession for several days.

The tempest was followed by damp, warm weather, which caused a regular thaw.

Indeed they were at sea, and the ship and crew were in peril of tempest.