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Definition of "tumultuousness" [tumultuousness]

  • The quality of being tumultuous. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tumultuousness" in a sentence
  • "Capitol itself and it will make its way eventually to the Rotunda -- but a lot of people, Tom De Frank, as we review the Ford presidency don't necessarily recall the tumultuousness of the U.S. foreign policy crises that were still unfolding then."
  • "If disturbing the peace (a public demonstration of boisterousness or "tumultuousness") is justification for making an arrest at any time, then the officer must be afforded the discretion of deciding in gray situations when the peace has been disturbed enough to warrant an arrest."
  • "Adding to the tumultuousness of the modern economy, modern technology has bestowed upon us Google, social networks, blogs and a host of other means for others to learn about your “arete,” your honor, your reputation, your standing, in ways other than speaking directly with you."