bluster (n.)
storm, tempest, rough blast
Tim V.iv.41[First Senator to Alcibiades] Spare ... those kin / Which, in the bluster of thy wrath, must fall
WT III.iii.4[Mariner to Antigonus] the skies look grimly, / And threaten present blusters
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