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tempestuousness (s) (noun) (no plural)
1. A condition of change or development that is caused by turmoil, upheaval, or commotion: Tempestuousness, including anger, hot tempers and discontent, were negative aspects of Bill and Mary's marriage over the years, which finally ended up with a divorce.
2. A situation involving violent or howling weather: The Jackson family decided to delay their trip because the weather forecast described tempestuousness with blustery and rainy winds for the next few days.
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