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Adjective: storming  stor-ming
Usage: Brit, informal
  1. Brilliant; very good
    "a storming good read";
    - socko [N. Amer, informal], righteous [US, slang], fab [Brit, informal], crucial [slang], rad [N. Amer, slang], radical [N. Amer, slang], nang [Brit, slang], phat [slang], legit [US, slang], awesomesauce [informal], amazeballs [informal], beaut [Austral, NZ, informal], lit [US, slang], blinding [Brit, slang], stonking [Brit, informal], brill [Brit, informal], wicked [slang], cushty [Brit, informal], ace [informal], def [slang], magic [Brit, slang], smokin' [slang], smoking [slang], super [informal], sick [N. Amer, slang]
Verb: storm  storm
  1. Behave violently, as if in state of a great anger
    - ramp, rage
  2. Take by force
    "Storm the fort";
    - force
  3. Rain, hail, or snow hard and be very windy, often with thunder or lightning
    "If it storms, we'll need shelter"
  4. Blow hard
    "It was storming all night"
  5. Attack by storm; attack suddenly
    - surprise

See also: A1 [informal], ace [informal], A-one [informal], awesome [informal], beezer [UK, archaic], brilliant, crack [informal], excellent, fantabulous [informal], first-class, first-rate, lush [Brit, informal], mean [informal], outstanding, ripping [Brit, informal], splendid, stellar [informal], super, tiptop, top-drawer, topnotch [informal], top-notch [informal], tops [informal]

Type of: act, assail, attack, behave, blow, do, penetrate, perforate

Encyclopedia: Storming

Storm, Michael