Characterized by tumult; noisy and disorderly: tumultuous applause. (adjective)
Tending to cause tumult.(adjective)
Confusedly or violently agitated.(adjective)
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Use "tumultuous" in a sentence
"The adjective "tumultuous" is often used to describe the events of the 1960s."
"Her “red deeps,” as she termed her tumultuous feelings, became exacerbated at Johns Hopkins, where her love for another woman was not reciprocated."
"Billowed in tumultuous joys and affianced, why you would but will it and your girl would have it."