Tempest

Tempest,

Definition of Tempest:

  1. Standard for control (shielding) of compromising electromagnetic radiation emanated by computer equipment that reveals the data being entered and/or received. Such radiation can be captured with relative ease, even at more than 100 feet, through conventional scanners and receivers.

  2. A violent windy storm.

Synonyms of Tempest

Agitation, Black squall, Blaze, Blizzard, Blow, Brouhaha, Burst, Chaos, Commotion, Convulsion, Cyclone, Dirty weather, Disorder, Disruption, Disturbance, Equinoctial, Eruption, Explosion, Ferment, Fit, Flare-up, Foul weather, Gale, Gust, Half a gale, Heavy blow, Hurly-burly, Hurricane, Ill wind, Irruption, Line squall, Line storm, Outbreak, Outburst, Paroxysm, Perturbation, Rainstorm, Riot, Rough weather, Seizure, Snowstorm, Spasm, Squall, Squall line, Storm, Storm wind, Stormy weather, Stormy winds, Strong wind, Tempestuous rage, Tempestuous wind, Thick squall, Thundersquall, Thunderstorm, Tornado, Tropical cyclone, Tumult, Turbulence, Typhoon, Ugly wind, Unrest, Upheaval, Uproar, Violent blow, Whirlwind, White squall, Whole gale, Williwaw, Wind-shift line, Windstorm, Storm, Squall

How to use Tempest in a sentence?

  1. A raging tempest.

Meaning of Tempest & Tempest Definition