tumultuously

[ too-muhl-choo-uhs, tyoo- ]
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It drove on tumultuously, and a mad turgid flood came on behind.

She put her lips to the child's neck and kissed it tumultuously.

They looked to see it break up as suddenly and tumultuously as it had been formed.

You were not serious, that was not the true reason—what you said about marriage, he said tumultuously.

Young people hailed it tumultuously and cherished it tenderly.

On the floor were newspapers by the score, thrown about tumultuously.

Such were the ideas that, during the night, were tumultuously revolved by me.

This day of the League terminated brilliantly and tumultuously, as it began.

His heart was beating so tumultuously he feared all heard it.

But the heart that swelled so tumultuously in his bosom, was honest and unselfish.

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