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procellous

[ proh-sel-uhs ]
/ proʊˈsɛl əs /
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adjective
stormy, as the sea.
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Origin of procellous

First recorded 1620–30; from Latin procellōsus “stormy,” equivalent to procell(a) “storm” + -ōsus -ous
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