How To Pronounce tempestuous

tempestuous

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  • tem-pes-tu-ous
temˈpesʧʊəs
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1 Meaning, 5 Sentences, 1 Opposite and 9 Another words found for tempestuous.

1.The conscious choice to rebel or disagree with what is considered good, appropriate, and needed for peace of all mankind, regardless of religious affiliation.
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 1.The tempestuous Politics Of The War And Reconstruction Period Suited His Aggressive Nature And Constructive Talent.
 2.In Contrast To The Struggle For An Ideal Freedom, Which Was At First Hailed With tempestuous Delight Only To Reveal Itself As A Dangerous Tyranny, Men Became Conscious Of The Need For A Firmly Established Authority In The Reconstruction Of Society.
 3.On The Left The Prince's Men Could Not Load Their Pieces, Their Powder Being Ruined By The tempestuous Rain.
 4.The Queen Found Relief In The Quiet And Respectful Demeanour Of Her Attendant, And Gradually Came To Prefer Her Society To That Of The Termagant And tempestuous Duchess.
 5.After Reaching Manhood, He Passed Through The tempestuous Period Between The Death Of Theodosius (395) And The Fall Bf The Usurper Attalus, Which Occurred Near The Date When His Poem Was Written.
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 1.Placid, calm, least
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 1.{Adjective}  stormy
 2.{Adjective}  unpeaceful
 3.{Adjective}  angry
 4.{Adjective}  furious
 5.{Adjective}  raging
 6.{Adjective}  wild
 7.{Adjective}  More
 8.{Adjective}  most
 9.Anxious
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