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tempestuous
used in Jane Eyre

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strongly turbulent — as of a storm or unstable emotions
  • The rain beat strongly against the panes, the wind blew tempestuously: "One lies there," I thought, "who will soon be beyond the war of earthly elements.
    Chapter 21 (84% in)

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