Definition of tempestuousness in English:

tempestuousness

noun

  • See tempestuous

    • ‘The wind blew it from east to west with fickle tempestuousness, and a violent spray of it hit Pieta's cheek.’
    • ‘His name is an international signature for tempestuousness, sex appeal and poetry - he has it all.’
    • ‘A sense of responsibility has shackled his tempestuousness, while a return to education has revealed qualities of introspection.’
    • ‘The middle section definitely needed a bit of tempered tempestuousness, and the absence of expressive qualities in the final section were factors detrimental to the overall success of the works.’
    • ‘For openers, Beethoven's overture to Coriolanus was just perfect, its very tempestuousness reflecting the Great One's own character.’

Pronunciation

tempestuousness

/tɛmˈpɛstjʊəsnəs/