The christian laws which built up the hoards of the jews (for whom, as for the lollards, storm was shelter) bound their affections too with hoops of steel.
There were no doubt serious social discontents beneath these revolts, but as yet, except in the case of Paris, these had no very clear form; and this 1848 storm, so as far as the rest of Europe was concerned, may be best described, in a phrase, as a revolt of the natural political map against the artificial arrangements of the Vienna diplomatists, and the system of suppressions those arrangements entailed.
For he stormed across the plain like a winter torrent at the full, that in swift course scattereth the causeys Causeways.;
I raged and stormed like a madman; but it signified nothing, the wretch made no more haste.
The storm through Baron Wildenheim was the height of his theatrical ambition; and with the advantage of knowing half the scenes by heart already, he did now, with the greatest alacrity, offer his services for the part.
CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO PLEASANT MEADOWS Like sunshine after a storm were the peaceful weeks which followed.
Aunt Achsa had declared that a storm was "comin'" for she could smell it in the air and Tillie Higgins had seen Sam Doolittle start for the backside with his pike pole and that meant a blow for Sam didn't waste steps. "'
The storm's et my back, an' hits all down hill goin'.
A storm is properly a disturbance of the atmosphere, with or without rain, snow, hail, or thunder and lightning.