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stormer

/ˈstɔːmə/
noun
1.
(informal) an outstanding example of its kind: that film was a real stormer
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  • Mrs. stormer wasn't like that; she did things because—they came into her head.

    The Dark Flower John Galsworthy
  • stormer did not somehow seem to count; did not seem to want you to count him.

    The Dark Flower John Galsworthy
  • I didn't think of that; but I thought where Mrs. stormer could go, I could.

    The Dark Flower John Galsworthy
  • And he resolved that he would not be like stormer when he was old!

    The Dark Flower John Galsworthy
  • It will be simply disgusting if you and Mr. stormer don't come.

    The Dark Flower John Galsworthy
  • The lady who seemed in command of the English party inquired now how Mr. stormer was—he was not laid up, she hoped.

    The Dark Flower John Galsworthy
  • I only wondered if you'd mind asking Mr. and Mrs. stormer to come here for a little—they were awfully kind to me out there.

    The Dark Flower John Galsworthy
  • Please tell Mr. stormer that only the very best fishermen—like him—can catch our trout; the rest catch our trees.

    The Dark Flower John Galsworthy
  • Just before dinner he was told of Mrs. stormer's not being well, and that they would be leaving to-morrow.

    The Dark Flower John Galsworthy
  • It had been a joke for Mrs. stormer at first, but the boy himself had been shrewd enough to make the matter serious.

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