Definition of "tempestuously" [tempestuously]

  • In a tempestuous manner. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tempestuously" in a sentence
  • "That is, I want him to care for me, and I shouldn't like it if he sailed away to the Philippine Islands and never showed up again, but at the same time -- well, I don't think even _you_ could get up much sentiment about paper bags, and besides "-- tempestuously --" the name Tank's preposterous! ""
  • "Ahmadinejad, personally meeting by a president, which I think is tempestuously (ph) ..."
  • "A less ungovernable nature would never have spoken as he did, nor told me what he did; but his proud, fierce soul all poured itself out then, with hatred and self-loathing, blood on his hands and murder in his heart, though even then he could not be altogether other than a gentleman, or altogether divest himself of fascination, even when so tempestuously revealing the darkest points of his character."