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Phrasal Verbs

storm out

This page is about the phrasal verb storm out

Meaning: to leave a place quickly when you are angry or upset about something

For example:

  • storm out My girlfriend stormed out and slammed the door behind her.

  • storm out of sth Did you hear about Maureen storming out of the staff meeting when she didn't get what she wanted?

Quick Quiz:

If someone stormed out of a room, they left the room

a. slowly and quietly

b. quickly and noisily

c. briefly

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