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tumultuous (adj.)

1540s, from French tumultuous (Modern French tumultueux), from Latin tumultuosus "full of bustle or confusion, disorderly, turbulent," from tumultus (see tumult). Related: Tumultuously; tumultuousness.

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Definitions of tumultuous from WordNet

tumultuous (adj.)
characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination;
the tumultuous years of his administration
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