storm in

storm in

1. To enter (some place) in a blustery, angry fuss. The boss stormed in ranting and raving about the latest fiscal results. I could tell she was upset by the way she stormed in the room.
2. To enter (some place) with great haste or frenetic energy. She stormed in with all her children in tow. The professor stormed in the room, gathered up all of his papers, then stormed out again without a word.
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storm in (to some place)

Fig. to burst into something or some place angrily. The army stormed into the town and took many of the citizens as prisoners. Leonard stormed in, shouting at everyone.
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As you know, we faced a very severe cyclonic storm in the state yesterday.
Painstaking detective work by art historians has revealed the identity of the painter who captured the ship in oils at virtually the same spot where she broke up in a storm in 1859.