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9. keep, keep well, hold, hold up, Inf. last forever, storehouse, n. warehouse, depository, depot, repository; granary, silo, elevator, barn, garner; storeroom, loft, attic, cellar, stockroom; closet, cabinet, locker; safe, crib, vault, bunker; store, reservoir; cache, bank, coffer, treasury; hold; armory, arsenal, magazine. storied1, adj. celebrated, honored, sung; famed, famous, renowned, well-known, remembered; traditional, legendary, mythical, fabled; chronicled, epic, Homeric, historical, historied. storied2, adj. leveled, layered, floored, tiered, storm, n. 1. tempest, squall, barat, williwaw; rainstorm, cloudburst, deluge, downpour, torrent, Chiefly Oklahoma and Texas, gully washer; rainfall shower, sun shower, thundershower, thunderstorm, electrical storm, thundersquall, hailstorm; windstorm, gale, gust, blast, blow, big blow, wind, heavy winds, monsoon, levanter; hurricane, typhoon, tornado, whirlwind, U.S. twister, cyclone, tropical or extratropical cyclone, Philippines, baguio, Central America, cor-donazo, Australia, willy-willy; duststorm, duster, sirocco, harmattan, sandstorm, simoom, samiel; blizzard, northeaster, snowstorm, snow squall, snow flurry, snow, snowfall.
2. assault, attack, offensive, rush, onslaught, onset; raid, foray, sortie, sally; invasion, aggression, incursion, escalade; siege, besiegement, besetment, investment; blitz, blitzkrieg, storming,
Obs. brunt; bombardment, strafe, air raid.
3. discharge, cannonade,
Navy, broadside, volley, salvo, fusillade, Both Mil. barrage, enfilade; spray, shower, rain, deluge.
4. violent disturbance, disruption, disorder, outbreak, breach of the peace; tumult, turmoil, turbulence, hurly-burly, upheaval; unrest, disquiet, excitement, commotion, imbroglio, confusion, chaos, furor, agitation; bustle, stir,
Inf. to-do, bother, pother, fuss, fuss and feathers, SI. flap, Inf. stew, SI. hoo-ha, trouble; fight, fisticuffs, scuffle, tussle, Inf. set-to, Inf. scrap; combat, battle, skirmish, fray, clash, struggle, conflict, embroilment; broil, brawl, donnybrook, free-for-all, melee; riot, demonstration, manifestation, protest, protest march, sit-in, strike, picketing; rebellion, insurrection, insubordination, mutiny, revolt, uprising, revolution, sedition, insurgency.
5. outburst, burst, eruption, explosion; fit, tantrum
or temper tantrum; outpour, outpouring, effusion, gush.
6. storm in a teacup tempest in a teapot, much ado about nothing, mountain out of a molehill.
-v. 7. squall, rage, blow, bluster, gust, howl, roar; rain, shower, pour, rain cats and dogs, come down in buckets, rain pitchforks; snow, hail, sleet, thunder, thunder and lightning.
8. rage, rant, rave, rant and rave, roar, bellow, thunder; explode,
SI. blow up, throw a fit or tantrum, Inf. fly off the handle, SI. blow one's top or stack, lose one's temper, fly into a passion; SI. raise hell, SI. raise the roof, Inf. carry on, protest, object, complain angrily; seethe, sizzle, smolder, boil, stew, simmer, fume.
9. attack, assault, raid, charge, rush, sally
or sally forth, sortie, invade; set upon, Inf. go at, descend upon, fall upon; assail, beset, besiege, siege, beleaguer; blitz, blitzkrieg, bombard, strafe, fusillade, broadside, Mil. enfilade; fire on, open fire on, pelt, pepper, barrage.
10. rush angrily
or headlong, charge, tear, stamp, Inf. stomp, stalk, stride, flounce.

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