Definition of stormy:
menacing, breezy, convulsive, roiled, precipitating, violent, ferocious, mild, murky, trouble is brewing (for), billowing, rough, fresh, dark, billowy, Houston, we have a problem, cold, roily, blustery, heavy, turbulent, rabid, brisk, damp, clement, squally, torrid, dirty, roaring, frigid, bleak, blustering, raw, furious, fierce, cataclysmal, tumultuous, hot, one thing after another, knock-down, the matter, surging, ugly, rugged, inclement, savage, in the wrong place at the wrong time, bitter, threatening, blowy, hammer-and-tongs, windy, paroxysmal, nasty, it's not someone's day, uneasy, bang-bang, unforeseen, riotous, agitated, boisterous, drag-out, tempestuous, rainy, blood-and-guts, wet, blusterous, angry, wild, choppy, acrimonious, thundery, calm, gusty, raging, pouring, unsettled.
- excitable (part of speech: adjective)
- windy (part of speech: adjective)
- "Revenge!", by Robert Barr.
Susan felt as if the little episode did not belong in the stormy history of their friendship at all, or as if she were long dead and were watching her earthly self from a distance with wise and weary eyes.- "Saturday's Child", Kathleen Norris.
- "The Silver Horde", Rex Beach.