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stormy (adj.)

early 14c., from late Old English storemig (12c.), from storm (n.) + -y (2). Figurative use by mid-14c. Related: Storminess.

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Definitions of stormy from WordNet

stormy (adj.)
(especially of weather) affected or characterized by storms or commotion;
a stormy day
wide and stormy seas
stormy (adj.)
characterized by violent emotions or behavior;
a stormy argument
a stormy marriage
Synonyms: tempestuous
From wordnet.princeton.edu