View definitions for tumultuously


adverb as in haphazardly

adverb as in tempestuously

adverb as in violently

adverb as in wildly

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Example Sentences

It was always a welcome respite from a tumultuous home life.

From Ozy

Perhaps we are merely in a tumultuous period of adolescence, and age will bring a sense of a deeper future.

How Boler Davis helps Amazon navigate its non-pandemic problems—and there are plenty, including tumultuous labor relations and challenges from competitors—could help determine how long the company remains dominant.

From Fortune

Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of Americans have already cast their ballots by mail or through early voting, meaning last-minute court decisions could inject even more confusion and uncertainty into an already tumultuous election year.

It has introduced almost 200,000 people to the sport and continues to cater to the community’s needs during this tumultuous time.

In them the tragedy of life was tumultuously visible, yet they were serene, self-possessed, even steady in their quiet simplicity.

One night she woke up suddenly, in the dawn, her heart beating tumultuously.

The Indians rose tumultuously, and seizing their arms, bounded like wild beasts in pursuit of the half-breed.

He recommended that they should walk orderly; but instead of that they proceeded tumultuously to the Bullring.

The words had piled up tumultuously; she seemed right on the verge of angry, tumultuous tears.


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On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tumultuously, such as: foolishly, impulsively, passionately, recklessly, heedlessly, and inconsiderately.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.