How to use Thunderstorms in a Sentence?
- It was somewhat early in summer, and as yet no thunderstorms had visited the immediate neighbourhood.
- An elderly woman has been troubled her life long by a disproportionate fear of thunderstorms with almost hysterical symptoms.
- Two other thunderstorms have passed over since we have been on the creek, from only one of which we have received any rain worth mentioning.
- It was now too, that thunderstorms were occasionally heard in the distant western ranges, though rain seemed forever denied to the desert valleys.
- I feel as if I had been living amid the thunderstorms of tropic regions, where even in sunshine electric fires are flashing.
- Most of the stimuli which had previously produced strong reactions now passed without any disturbance and even thunderstorms were experienced with relative ease.
- Umgwadhla day by day turned an apprehensive eye to the westward, the quarter from which thunderstorms might be expected, but the sky remained as brass.
- Almost daily, thunderstorms came up in the afternoon, many of them terrific in violence; the sunsets also are beyond description for brilliancy of colour.
- As she begged for some treatment, I brought her into a drowsy state and told her that she would in future enjoy the thunderstorms as noble expressions of nature.