Noun(1) a powerful circular current of water (usually the result of conflicting tides
(1) The men are angry and young, caught up in a maelstrom of emotions as they struggle to right a wrong, face down the established order and make their voices heard.(2) The news sent many in the media into a maelstrom of unresolved questions.(3) A maelstrom of emotions crossed the boy's face: embarrassment, anger, frustration.(4) Her announcement early on that she is moving out sets off a maelstrom of change.(5) Austere and absorbing, Escape is a convincing descent into a maelstrom of anguish and, ultimately, deadly despair.(6) Passing through it, we take a close look at the growth on the rocks and have a rest from the current that we know will soon turn this small channel into a maelstrom of undiveable water.(7) The Shade raised its arms and disappeared in a maelstrom of whirling water and howling wind.(8) Harden's Krasner is a maelstrom of emotions, lurching from admiration of her husband to fierce rage at his drunken womanising.(9) Several Marines looked around at each other in confusion but no one let down their guard - this silence was even worse than a maelstrom of bullets.(10) He tosses it beyond a breaking wave, and it bobs and sinks in the maelstrom of receding water colliding with the next surge of the tide.(11) Ben plunged beneath the maelstrom and saved her.(12) In late January, he rejoiced amid the maelstrom which surrounds Super Bowl, inactive yet fully involved in the Bucs' charge to the sport's ultimate prize.(13) Together they stood in the foretops and conned the ship in through the seething maelstrom of the equatorial current.(14) One lugworm and a thin strip of squid will not get very far in a seething maelstrom of a sea where the tide is screaming through and you have other anglers all around you.(15) Lydon as well was thrown backwards in the maelstrom .(16) To drag an old friend and a new one into a maelstrom of complications was nearly unforgivable.
(1) maelstrom :: trobwll
1. whirlpool ::
2. turbulence ::
3. vortex ::
Different Formsmaelstrom, maelstroms
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