: a low muffled sound like distant thunder heard in certain seismic regions especially along seacoasts and over lakes and thought to be caused by feeble earth tremors
“That storm’s coming our way, lads, judging by the brontide,” the Pirate captain Thunder-Guts said. “Either that or it’s me stomach, bell peppers’ll prevent scurvy but they won’t do ye any good with the lady folk, if ye catch me drift.”
A far off, brontide-like noise and the threat of ruined crops echoed in the sky outside the cottage.”
From Ancient Greek βροντή (bronte, “thunder”) + -ide
Yes. It happened again. I should have seen it coming, but hope blinds me every time I repeat the act.
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As I drive towards the court, I realize that I could not take a part of a man. I am unable to say – I will take this 70 percent that I like about you, but not the remaining 30 percent. People come in whole packages, not in…