|Sturm englanniksi||storm de, gale de, tempest de|
*: We hear this fearful tempest sing, / Yet seek no shelter to avoid the storm.
: The proposed reforms have led to a political storm.
*: Her sister / Began to scold and raise up such a storm.
: She stormed out of the room.
*: The master storms, the lady scolds.
: Troops stormed the complex.
: It stormed throughout the night.
*: Can he cry and gale.
: a gale of laughter
*: A little gale will soon disperse that cloud.
*: And winds of gentlest gale Arabian odours fanned / From their soft wings.
: Gale day - the day on which rent or interest is due.
*: As every sailor knows, a spicy gale in the tropic latitudes of the Pacific is far different from a tempest in the howling North Atlantic.
*: They awaited the word "forward"—awaited, too, with beating hearts and set teeth the gusts of lead and iron that were to smite them at their first movement in obedience to that word. The word was not given; the tempest did not break out.
*: . . . the seal
*: And bended dolphins play; part huge of bulk,
*: Wallowing unwieldy, enormous in their gait,
*: Tempest the ocean.
*: Oh! dark lowered the clouds on that horrible eve,
*: And the moon dimly gleamed through the tempested air.