Definition of storm-tossed in English:

storm-tossed

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adjective

Exposed to or characterized by strong winds and rain: a boat on storm-tossed seas the wet and storm-tossed winter months figurative the storm-tossed politics of recent years
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  • I had made my escape from Alcatraz, survived the storm-tossed Irish sea, and was back in civilisation, or a decent approximation thereof.
  • A British sailor survived on a liferaft for three nights in a storm-tossed sea without food or drinking water after his boat sank off Spain's Balearic Islands.
  • Becalmed or storm-tossed, the view from the gallery's large windows is spectacular in any season.

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