Definition of violent storm in English:

violent storm

Syllabification: vi·o·lent storm

noun

A wind of force 11 on the Beaufort scale (56-63 knots or 64-72 mph).
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  • With a gust of mysterious wind a violent storm attacked.
  • Flying to your house like a wind of a violent storm crashing through and thundering racing with the clouds that feel like me a part of me as scared as me as lonely as me as angry as me
  • Outside she could hear the tower being ravaged by a violent storm where the wind howled mournfully, reminding her of a lone wolf in the depths of winter.

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