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tumultuous
Definition:
characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination; " effects of the struggle will be violent and disruptive"; " riotous times"; " these troubled areas"; " the tumultuous years of his administration"; " a turbulent and unruly childhood"

Synonyms:

adjective
agitated
disturbed.
chaotic
amorphous, anarchic, anarchical, anarchistic, blurry, chaotic, cluttered, confused, deformed, deranged, disarrayed, discomposed, disconnected, disheveled, disordered, disorderly, disorganized, embroiled, every which way, formless, frantic, fuzzy, harum-scarum, helter-skelter, inchoate, incoherent, inconsistent, indefinite, indistinct, inexact, insane, irregular, jumbled, lawless, lax, loose, messy, muddled, obscure, perturbed, purposeless, rambunctious, rampageous, shapeless, tempestuous, topsy-turvy, tumultuous, turbid, uncontrolled, undisciplined, uneven, unruly, Disintegrated, out of control, harumscarum, topsyturvy, frenzied, wild.
hectic
animated, burning, chaotic, confused, exciting, fervid, fevered, feverish, frenetic, frenzied, furious, hassle, heated, madhouse, rip-roaring, unsettled, woolly, Flurrying, Flustering, hell broke loose, nutsy, zoolike, jungle*.
loud
bellowing, big, blaring, blasting, blatant, blustering, boisterous, booming, cacophonous, clamorous, clangorous, crashing, deafening, deep, earsplitting, emphatic, forte, fortissimo, full, heavy, high-sounding, intense, loud, loud-voiced, lusty, noisy, pealing, piercing, powerful, resonant, resounding, ringing, roaring, sonorous, stentorian, strident, strong, thundering, vehement, vociferous, Ear-splitting, Fulminating, ear-piercing, turned up, full-mouthed, wakes the dead, uproarious, forter.
riotous
insurrectionary, mutinous, rebellious, out of control.
roaring
blaring, earsplitting, heavy*, big*.
roiled
blustery, buffeting, choppy, coarse, dirty, discordant, dry, grating, gruff, harsh, hoarse, husky, inclement, inharmonious, jarring, rasping, roily, rugged, squally, tempestuous, unmusical, stridulent, tumultous/tumultuous, ugly*.
roily
roiled.
rough
roiled, roily.
tumultous/tumultuous
rumbunctious.
tumultuous
agitated, boisterous, clamorous, disorderly, disturbed, excited, fierce, hectic, irregular, lawless, noisy, obstreperous, passionate, raging, rambunctious, raucous, restless, riotous, rowdy, rumbustious, stormy, termagant, turbulent, unrestrained, unruly, uproarious, violent, vociferous, wild, Rowdydowdy.
violent
abusive, assaultive, brawling, broiling, ferocious, fierce, fighting, frenzied, furious, intense, outrageous, raging, savage, uproarious, vehement, violent, wild.
noun
tumultuous
disruptive, riotous, troubled, turbulent, unquiet.
verb
confused
helter-skelter, topsy-turvy.
raging
rampant.
Examples of usage:
  1. Once she had flattered herself that she was an inch of crystal water; now she seemed a complex, aloof, and contrary creature, almost on the verge of tumultuous emotions. – The Desert of Wheat by Zane Grey
  2. In the midst of the tumultuous uproar the little girl smiled brightly and ran off the stage. – Flamsted quarries by Mary E. Waller
  3. How rapid and tumultuous were my thoughts! – Monsieur Violet by Frederick Marryat
  4. But the man for whom all the voices strained themselves did not hear their doubt- destroying response, tumultuous though it was. – Captivating Mary Carstairs by Henry Sydnor Harrison
  5. The tumultuous, loving, passionate picture of a young woman, angry with herself for being so beautiful and so fond, without the power to win one heart which was all the world to her. – Norston's Rest by Ann S. Stephens

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