Definition of procellous in English:

procellous

adjective

rare, literary
  • Turbulent, stormy.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Thomas Goffe (?1591–1629), playwright and Church of England clergyman. From French † procelleux from classical Latin procellōsus stormy from procella + -ōsus.

Pronunciation

procellous

/prəʊˈsɛləs/