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tempestuously

[ tem-pes-choo-uhs-lee ]
/ tɛmˈpɛs tʃu əs li /
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adverb
in a stormy way:The rain beat strongly against the windows, and the wind blew tempestuously.
with great force, energy, passion, noise, fury, conflict, etc.; in a tumultuous way:She burst into tears and sobbed tempestuously.
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Origin of tempestuously

OTHER WORDS FROM tempestuously

un·tem·pes·tu·ous·ly, adverb
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