storm-lashed

storm-lashed

adj
1. (Physical Geography) badly affected by storms
2. badly affected by storms
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With the coming of dawn the clouds beneath us became a glorious sea of gold and silver, soft and beautiful; but they could not deceive us as to the blackness and the terrors of the storm-lashed ocean which they hid.
After scuffling on a storm-lashed harbour wall, he clung on - until Eileen stamped on his hand.
We start off on a sunny Greek Aegean shore, and end up on a storm-lashed cliff over Ireland's Atlantic coast.
A STORM-lashed hedgelaying match was one for the purists as competitors battled against heavy rain and water-logged boots.
1989: The leaders of the two world superpowers declare an end to the Cold War after two days of storm-lashed talks at the Malta summit.
And a man whose kayak capsized in storm-lashed seas off Angus had to climb a pole near Arbroath harbour to await rescue by a lifeboat crew.
Tourist bosses in storm-lashed Cornwall, Devon and Somerset have issued a rallying cry as half term week starts today - ''we're very much open for business!'' A Twitter campaign has been highlighting that, despite the recent awful weather, many attractions, places to stay and eat will be open to visitors in the school break.
1989: Malta summit ends Cold War The leaders of the two world superpowers, the USA and the USSR, have declared an end to the Cold War after two days of storm-lashed talks at the Malta summit.
TWO rescuers drag a man from a torrent of muddy water amid fears he'd be swept away in storm-lashed Madeira yesterday.
A STORM-LASHED New Brighton was the winning entry in a Scottish photography award.
Northampton boosted their hopes of a place in the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup with a bonus-point triumph over the struggling Borders in a match switched from storm-lashed Netherdale to Murrayfield at short notice.
Tourists have once again sparked a full-scale rescue operation after failing to take account of safe crossing times on the storm-lashed Holy Island causeway in Northumberland.