Translation for 'tempestuous' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   tempestuous | more tempestuous | most tempestuous
SYNO angry | furious | raging | ...
tempestuous {adj}буен
tempestuous {adj}бушуващ
tempestuous {adj}поривист
tempestuous {adj}вилнеещ [буря, море]
tempestuous {adj} [also fig.]бурен [и прен.]
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Usage Examples English
  • In 1460 during the Wars of the Roses, the college paid for armaments including artillery and arrows, and protective clothing to defend the college's treasures from a "tempestuous riot".
  • Cain’s tempestuous relationship with Ross led to his departure in November of 1931 when Cain’s agent James Geller negotiated a contract as a screenwriter for Paramount Pictures at $400 a week.
  • 1990 A semi-autobiographical drama on the theme of sexual addiction. Wagner's 'Tristan and Isolde" is interwoven with the story of the tempestuous affair between a sculptor and his lover.
  • A group of singers hail István, yet they also sing about past glory ("Üdvöz légyen Géza fia"). István's tempestuous mother Sarolt is suspicious of such pagan attitudes.
  • In the 1980s and 1990s he entered into a tempestuous relationship with Devil Girl, another popular Crumb character.

  • "Lina": Nan and Walker's mother. A southern belle, easily changeable and tempestuous, beginning to show some of the signposts of mental instability.
  • The history of the cathedral was tempestuous, as evidenced by the fact that its archpriest Avvakum led the party of religious dissenters, or Old Believers.
  • Their relationship grew so tempestuous that Brahim felt living together would result in a death so he moved out. Barbara was then left to raise Lee and Rkia largely on her own.
  • Duff had a tempestuous relationship with actress Ava Gardner in the late 1940s. In October 1951, he married Ida Lupino.
  • Shaw directed the actors through tempestuous rehearsals often punctuated by at least one of the two storming out of the theatre in a rage.

  • Tonio K. wrote and recorded a song of the same name, with sarcastic lyrics detailing the end of a tempestuous love affair. The song appears on his 1998 album "Rodent Weekend '76-'96 (Approximately)".
  • Musically, "Cherry Wine" is a folk Plucked strings are intertwined with the chirping of birds as a red herring opposite lyrics describing a tempestuous, hot-headed, fluctuating love.
  • In "The Brain of Morbius", details of Sisterhood's religious practices are abundant and much is made of their tempestuous relationships with other species.
  • In 2011, O'Neal wrote a new collection of memoirs, "Found: A Daughter's Journey Home", which dealt with her tempestuous relationship with her father, volatile marriage to McEnroe, and recent drug arrest.
  • In Ancient Rome, the star's celestial activity was supposed to portend tempestuous weather, and a personification of the star acts as narrator of the prologue to Plautus' comedy "Rudens" (circa 211 BC).

  • One of Jezdić's early role-models was the Russian revolutionist and philosopher Mikhail Bakunin, because of his tempestuous life.
  • The accompaniment has sombre and ambiguous harmonies, with contrasting calm and tempestuous episodes, but ends peacefully in the home key of C major.
  • Radclyffe's mother subsequently married Albert Visetti, a professor of singing, whom Radclyffe did not like and who had a tempestuous relationship with her mother.
  • Their marriage was considered "tempestuous and stormy," with George reportedly "insult[...] and outrag[...] her from the very first day of their marriage".
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