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A fierce storm hit the west coast of Florida early this morning.
A violent storm broke just as we reached the mountain.
Cars were forced to the side of the road as a severe summer storm swept the area.
There was a storm brewing on the horizon.
the storm over working conditions
His arrest provoked a storm of protest.
Laurence is blissfully unaware of the legal storm brewing around him.
Andy's been cooking up a storm for the party tomorrow.
Hoffman acts up a storm as a driven, once-famous TV reporter.
The administration appears to have weathered the storm.
This is the American English definition of storm. View British English definition of storm.
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