Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who storms; specifically (military), a member of an assaulting party.

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  • noun someone who storms

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Examples

  • Stephen Ireland: In the same week he was castigated for being photographed sucking on a shisha pipe, Ireland played a stormer for Villa against Chelsea, scoring one and setting up another.

    Saturday Sundae: Stephen Ireland's career has not gone up in smoke

  • Groove Armada, "Paper Romance" - A total stormer, and an unexpected one at that.

    1st of July (But No Fireworks)

  • The first track is a stormer and was used on Monty Python's hilarious "The Olympic Hide and Seek Final" sketch.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • The former turned into a rave stormer midway through with the latter proving to be a truly awesome dance smash with its sample of "Flawless" by The Ones.

    You Gotta Have Faith

  • The best of the Keisha versions is "Thank You For the Heart Break", a stormer of a disco song that's been injected with steroids.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • It's called "Work" and it's a stormer of a club track.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Waistcoat-pocket was Deputy-burgomaster first launch into underselling life, in which he scudi to be masqued by the same sky-scraper, devotion, courage, and asti galvanised in his military stormer.

    Blogs That Look Like Blogs But Ain’t – Splogs « Lorelle on WordPress

  • In this particular case, that means making the song, undeniably a vicious, heavy-metal-techno stormer, all the more ferocious and chunky.

    I'm Baaaaaack (Music (For Robots))

  • The result is spooky disco like this song and the absolute stormer "Are You Anywhere?" which is also included on the new DC compilation Death Before Distemper.

    Music (For Robots): September 2006 Archives

  • The Magnetic Fields 'eighth album, in stores today, begins with a howling, surfy stormer of a song, its title and only lyrics, "Three-way!" repeated three times in three minutes, accompanying a fantastically distant piano roll fit neatly behind a twanging guitar line.

    Magnetic Personality Disorder

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