more tumultuous

[ too-muhl-choo-uhs, tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF more tumultuous
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If joy was in some more tumultuous, content was with none so penetrating as with Eugenia.

Meantime the uproar continues; the cries become more and more tumultuous: 'Bread for us!

I observed with delight the good demeanor of my men towards these forlorn Anglo-Saxons, and towards the more tumultuous women.

A visit of my guardians was a yet more tumultuous pleasure; but it always left me in increased anguish.

It was the state legislature aggrandized—noisier, more tumultuous and confusing.

At last their more tumultuous emotions subsided, and they could talk again.

About the second month of the session the floor of the House began steadily to grow more and more tumultuous.

Long after it has lost the more tumultuous character of grief, it lies deep in the recesses of the heart.

They became darker and more tumultuous each moment, until semi-darkness shrouded them.

In some particulars the last of Shelleys spiritual passions resembled his wilder and more tumultuous idolatry of Emilia Viviani.

WORD ORIGIN

1540s, from Old French tumultuous (Modern French tumultueux), from Latin tumultuosus, from tumultus (see tumult). Related: Tumultuously.

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