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storm off

To leave angrily. When mom realized we weren't listening to her story, she stormed off. Don't just storm off—talk to me about how you're feeling.
See also: off, storm
References in classic literature ?
Between the marble cenotaphs on either hand of the pulpit, the wall which formed its back was adorned with a large painting representing a gallant ship beating against a terrible storm off a lee coast of black rocks and snowy breakers.
OBVIOUSLY Martin O'Neill was very emotional after Tuesday night's match, but that does not give him an excuse to storm off mid-interview.
Jane Condie agreed, adding: "He will most likely do his usual - come on two hours late, sing about three songs then storm off with a petted lip.
The state weather bureau is monitoring a tropical storm off Pacific Ocean; this may enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) next week.
because you can't storm off stage AND skip at the same time.
Summary: Eleven Ukrainian and one Russian crew member are missing after their cargo ship sank in a storm off Istanbul's Black Sea coast.
Friends again: Gary Barlow The pair had not spoken since Barlow's act, Carolynne Poole, was booted off the ITV talent show following a controversial "deadlock" situation last Sunday night which saw the Take That star storm off from his seat.
Last night Christine Inzani, 54, saw Robbie forget the words of his song and storm off mid-performance.
FRANK Lampard has insisted he would never storm off if his game time at Chelsea continued to be limited, despite admitting he was unhappy to be left out of the side by Andre Villas-Boas.
Mexico City/Washington, Sha'ban 18, 1432, Jul 19, 2011, SPA -- A tropical storm off the Pacific coast of Mexico is likely to become a hurricane later Tuesday, the US National Hurricane Centre said according to dpa.
The main difference between those other shows and this being that no one here is going to storm off shouting, "I'm not eating lunch from a bin
The crew of the Blyth lifeboat went to the rescue of fishing boats caught in a storm off Seaton Sluice on April 17, 1810.
The skipper of the Horn Cliff, a cargo ship carrying bananas and other fruit from the Caribbean, encountered a force 10 storm off the Isles of Scilly yesterday, resulting in the captain sustaining serious injuries, Falmouth Coastguard said.
AT least 97 fishermen aboard a dozen trawlers are feared drowned in rough seas after a storm off Bangladesh's southern coast.
SEVEN hundred people were feared drowned last night after a ferry sank in a violent storm off the Indonesian coast.