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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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Beddoes's tempestuousness and morbid inclinations must have been noticed even before being sent to school, but the first recollections of his eccentricities as a child only come from one of his schoolfellows, Charles Dacres Bevan, a minor student who, willingly or not, was part of Beddoes's frequent acts of insubordination: "The expression of his face was shrewd and sarcastic, with an assumption of sternness, as he affected the character of a tyrant and bully, though really not much of either; but a persevering and ingenious tormentor, as I knew to my cost.
Like Haydn himself, Jankova does not amaze by sheer vocal power, tempestuousness or technicist virtuosity, but by heartfelt sincerity, tenderness and immediacy.
But, despite Wales' relative lack of tempestuousness, there is an odd struggle of influences nonetheless.
Her paintings recall the tempestuousness of Julie Mehretu's, though the environments she evokes feel more intimate, even in large-scale pictures such as Beaufort Gorge (all works 2007).
THE relationship between a national coach and the country's media is often a rocky one but Senol Gunes has set new standards in tempestuousness.
Equating depth of feeling with mad tempestuousness, far too many scenes are devoted to heated arguments, rants and recriminations.
Now I could respond to him without tempestuousness in my voice and movements.
Mother Nature covered the planet with trees because they were essential to regulate the tempestuousness of the planet.