- n. Plural form of torrent.
“Lyrics descended in torrents via Sean Price's dense, menacing deadpan, Smif-N-Wessun's nimble line trading and Buckshot's explosive energy.”
“Tears streamed his face in torrents resembling the spring floods of the ancient Jordan.”
“Human blood ran down in torrents, till the waters of the river were as red as crimson.”
“The site collects torrents from a variety of sources and weeds out the duplicates.”
“Viruses are in torrents all the time and I'm not surprised more people are talking about getting infected from these "mysteriously fast" leaked builds.”
“Downloading torrents is the technological equivalent of speeding.”
“While copious flourishes of orange, mauve, violet, magenta, ocean blue and opulent green rush in torrents across the guanengos of today, they haven't always commanded such a visual prominence.”
“It kicked off on Tuesday and as Ernesto reported on TorrentFreak, “The outcome of the civil dispute between the anti-piracy group BREIN and Mininova will decide if the BitTorrent indexer has to actively filter torrents from the site.””
“With heavy packs upon their backs men plunged waist-deep into hideous quagmires, bridged mountain torrents by felling trees across them, toiled against the precipitous slopes of the ice-worn mountains, and crossed the dizzy faces of innumerable glaciers.”
“Back when Miro was named Democracy Player, Adam detailed how to use its built-in BitTorrent client to download your favourite TV episode torrents from the web.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘torrents’.
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Looking for tweets for torrents.