storm off

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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
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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.
It can be up to several kilometres wide, and it drives the supercell until cool air cuts the storm off its energy, The Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute (SHMaS) explained."We can observe the so-called hook echo, which is one of the most characteristic features of the supercell," imeteo.
The Panama-registered MSC Zoe shed the containers containing mostly toys, furniture and auto spare parts while battling a storm off the Frisian Islands, an archipelago off the northwestern Dutch coast also known as the Wadden Islands.
A cargo ship has recently stranded due to storm off the coast of Istanbul.
Coleen found herself a troll target after a fiery interview with Kim Woodburn on the daytime chat show caused the TV cleaning expert to storm off set.
We all have bad daze at the offis, but most ofus can't afford to storm off in a (Sorry, Rob stormed off in a huff before finishing this reply.
In the rescue that enthralled the world, Becky Fyfe used her mobile in a storm off Bali and got through to her boyfriend in Cornwall, 8000 miles away.
FAMILY Fortunes host Alan Huges said yesterday TV3 will air an episode which saw one family member storm off.
Guards first had to sprint after Paul Danan when the actor tried to storm off the set.
The 32,000 ton Scharnhorst was sunk on December 16, 1943, in a fierce storm off north Norway by an British fleet led by the battleship HMS Duke of York.
Their ordeal lasted two days as the Clyde-built ship battled through a Force 10 storm off the coast of Australia.
The moment he finished with a 75 on Sunday, Montgomerie rounded on those who were waiting to speak to him - and they did not get a word in before he did indeed storm off.
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.
ABOUT 400 people were still missing last night, two days after a ferry sank in a storm off Indonesia.