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Noun
/ˈhəriˌkān/,/ˈhə-ri-/,
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hurricanes, plural;
  1. A storm with a violent wind, in particular a tropical cyclone in the Caribbean

  2. A wind of force 12 on the Beaufort scale (equal to or exceeding 64 knots or 74 mph)

  3. A violent uproar or outburst
    • - the manager resigned in a hurricane of disagreement

  1. a severe tropical cyclone usually with heavy rains and winds moving a 73-136 knots (12 on the Beaufort scale)
  2. A tropical cyclone is a storm system characterized by a large low-pressure center and numerous thunderstorms that produce strong winds and heavy rain. Tropical cyclones feed on heat released when moist air rises, resulting in condensation of water vapor contained in the moist air. ...
  3. Hurricane is a 1979 romance, epic-adventure film featuring an all-star cast and impressive special effects, produced by: Dino De Laurentiis and Lorenzo Semple Jr, and directed by Jan Troell.
  4. This Is War is the third studio album by American rock band 30 Seconds to Mars, released through Virgin Records and EMI on December 8, 2009. It peaked at number 18 on the Billboard 200.
  5. "Hurricane" is a song by English indie rock band Athlete and is the second track on their 2007 album Beyond the Neighbourhood. The song was released as the first single from that album on 27 August 2007. ...
  6. Hurricane was a 1980s heavy metal / glam metal rock band originally featuring current Foreigner lead vocalist Kelly Hansen (vocals/rhythm guitar), Robert Sarzo (guitar), Tony Cavazo (bass), and Jay Schellen (drums). ...
  7. The hurricane is an extremely sweet alcoholic drink made from lime juice, passion fruit syrup and rum. It is one of many popular drinks served in New Orleans.
  8. A severe tropical cyclone in the North Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, or in the eastern North Pacific off the west coast of Mexico, with winds of 75 miles per hour (120. ...
  9. (hurricanes) tropical storms with winds exceeding 74 mph originating over the North Atlantic and North Pacific oceans near high humidity and light winds. ...
  10. (Hurricanes) (Where to go if ...) Hurricane season runs from June 1 until November 30, which coincides when many visit WDW. Since its opening, WDW has only had 4 closings,3 of which where for Hurricanes Floyd, Charley, and Frances. ...
  11. (Hurricanes) A wind with a speed greater than 74 miles (119 kilometers) per hour, according to the Beaufort scale.
  12. (Hurricanes) Nature, you blow. Each summer, you grace our coasts with flash floods and 100+ mph-an-hour winds. You even have a season dedicated to these juvenile outbursts. You peel back aluminum siding, damage our pool cages, and level mobile home parks. ...
  13. (The Hurricanes) Shown only breifly in the movie, They are a Puerto Rican gang whose turf is in Spanish Harlem. They wear fedoras or straw hats, dress pants, and guayaberas or undershirts.
  14. (hurricanes) Large cyclonic oceanic storms with heavy rain and winds exceeding 119 km/hr (74 mph).
  15. To hear the roar and see a hurricane heading towards you with its frightful force, you will undergo torture and suspense, striving to avert failure and ruin in your affairs. ...
  16. a storm made up of a series of tightly coiled bands of thunderstorm clouds, with a well-defined pattern of rotating winds and maximum sustained winds greater than 74 miles (119 kilometers) per hour.
  17. A strong tropical revolving storm of force 12 or higher in the northern hemisphere. Hurricanes revolve in a clockwise direction. In the southern hemisphere these storms revolve counterclockwise and are known as typhoons.
  18. A tropical cyclone, formed in the atmosphere over warm ocean areas, with a well-defined counter-clockwise circulation and sustained winds of 74 miles per hour or higher.
  19. A severe tropical cyclone with wind speeds in excess of 74 mph (64 knots).
  20. A warm-core tropical cyclone in which the maximum sustained surface wind (using the U.S. 1-minute average) is 64 kt (74 mph or 119 kph) or more. The term hurricane is used for Northern Hemisphere cyclones east of the International Dateline to the Greenwich Meridian. ...
  21. a warm-core tropical cyclone with maximum sustained winds of 74 mph (64 knots) or greater.
  22. A storm that originates over the ocean and is categorized by the presence of faster than 72 mile-per-hour winds
  23. term for a tropical cyclone forming in the Atlantic or Caribbean. They usually pose a hazard to the Caribbean islands and south-eastern USA.
  24. a severe tropical cyclone with maximum 1-minute sustained surface wind speeds greater than 74 mph.
  25. A powerful tropical cyclone. Called a typhoon in the western Pacific. See Cyclone.