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See definition of turbulently on Dictionary.com
  • as inmadly
  • as infiercely
  • as inhard
  • as intempestuously
  • as inviolently

synonyms for turbulently

  • crazily
  • desperately
  • energetically
  • excitedly
  • foolishly
  • frantically
  • furiously
  • hastily
  • hysterically
  • intensely
  • passionately
  • recklessly
  • violently
  • dementedly
  • insanely
  • absurdly
  • deliriously
  • devotedly
  • distractedly
  • exceedingly
  • excessively
  • extremely
  • frenziedly
  • hard
  • hurriedly
  • irrationally
  • like mad
  • ludicrously
  • nonsensically
  • psychotically
  • quickly
  • rabidly
  • rapidly
  • rashly
  • senselessly
  • something fierce
  • speedily
  • stormily
  • to distraction
  • tumultously/tumultuously
  • unreasonably
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antonyms for turbulently

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  • calmly
  • normally
  • calmly
  • gently
  • kindly
  • mildly
  • quietly
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    How to use turbulently in a sentence

    The tide of popular feeling turned, and ceased henceforth to run turbulently against him.
    SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
    And I could even see trees black against the blaze, and smoke rolling turbulently, and a great whirl of sparks mounting skyward.
    THE LITTLE RED FOOTROBERT W. CHAMBERS
    No wonder that Frederick's heart throbbed more and more turbulently.
    ATLANTISGERHART HAUPTMANN
    The thoughts of the Little Lover surged on turbulently, while the beautiful low song went on.
    THE VERY SMALL PERSONANNIE HAMILTON DONNELL
    The Colonel presently bent over the fire and was about to lift off the turbulently boiling pot.
    THE MAGNETIC NORTHELIZABETH ROBINS (C. E. RAIMOND)
    He remembered to have seen a photograph of this celebrity, very turbulently haired and very fixed and fiery of eye.
    TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
    At once his eyes flashed, every nerve and muscle became tense and the blood leaped turbulently in his veins.
    THE STORY OF ABSTANLEY WATERLOO
    Alarmed by this time, Kenny came turbulently into the conversation and abused John Whitaker for his son's defection.
    KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE
    Between them, the Nalen took a tortuous course, turbulently fighting its way over the rocks.
    MILLENNIUMEVERETT B. COLE
    Frederick put the letter in his breast pocket, and he felt his heart beneath beat more warmly, less turbulently.
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