One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the fine weather had broken and the day was tempestuous’
stormy, blustery, squally, wild, turbulent, windy, gusty, blowy, rainy, thundery, rough, choppy
angry, dirty, foul, nasty, inclement
howling, roaring, raging, furious
2‘the increasingly tempestuous political environment’
turbulent, stormy, tumultuous, violent, wild, lively, heated, explosive, uncontrolled, unrestrained, feverish, hysterical, frenetic, frenzied, frantic
3‘he was finding it harder and harder to live with such a tempestuous woman’
emotional, passionate, intense, impassioned, fiery, temperamental
volatile, excitable, mercurial, capricious, unpredictable, erratic, hot-tempered, quick-tempered
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