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tempestuous

adjective angry, disgusted, enraged, frantic, frenzied, fuming, furious, hostile, inflamed, ireful, livid, offended, offensive, outraged, raging, storming, tumultuous, turbulent
See also: disorderly, outrageous, severe, vehement
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most famous for of the bikini-clad the 1966 film One BC, reflects on her The Hollywood celebrated her in 2015, opens up tempestuous with her father and at her struggle to career with life as a of two children about her refusal to ITALIAN ESCAPE IN THE SUN CITIZEN BBC1, Mr Khan Mohammad and tries by becoming patrol officer.
15pm PREMIERE Derek Cianfrance's time-shifting romantic drama stars Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams as a couple whose tempestuous relationship is charted from courtship to its eventual end.
But now she has signed on for the role in the project, called Liz And Dick, which will follow her tempestuous relationship with Richard Burton, although there is no indication yet as to who will play Burton.
She admits to having been a tempestuous teen who now channels her frustrations into her performances.
Mumbai, Oct 16 (ANI): Bollywood actors Zayed Khan and Shruti Hassan dazzled the ramp in the exquisite collection of designer Manav Gangwani titled 'A Tempestuous Affaire' at the HDIL couture week.
Unfortunately, it soon turns out there are more pressing matters at hand when, after Lexi tells Laurel about her tempestuous emotional state, Nicola confesses she thinks she's pregnant.
But all life at times is just that - a sea, tempestuous, restless, troubled.
Thirty years after the Iron Lady came to power, BBC World Affairs Correspondent Allan Little examines why she had such a tempestuous relationship with the Scots.
PETER REID'S Thailand side got off to a flying start in the South-East Asian championship with a 2-0 win in a tempestuous clash with arch-rivals Vietnam yesterday.
We are aware of Rooney's tempestuous and aggressive nature but where is the evidence of this 'Genius' tag that who given to him on leaving Everton for pounds 30 million and a pay packet of pounds 120,000 per week?
Masters And Com- manders is a swashbuckling musical portrayal of valiant seamen, tempestuous captains and eccentric pirates taken from seafaring movies.