Definition of Turbulency

1. Noun. Unstable flow of a liquid or gas.

Exact synonyms: Turbulence
Specialized synonyms: Countercurrent, Crosscurrent, Rip, Riptide, Tide Rip
Generic synonyms: Physical Phenomenon
Derivative terms: Turbulent, Turbulent



Definition of Turbulency

1. n. Turbulence.

Definition of Turbulency

1. Noun. (archaic form of turbulence) ¹

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Definition of Turbulency

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turbulency

turborocket
turborockets
turbos
turboshaft
turboshafts
turbostratic
turbostratically
turbosupercharger
turbosuperchargers
turbot
turbots
turbulence
turbulence energy
turbulences
turbulencies
turbulency (current term)
turbulent
turbulent flow
turbulent heating
turbulently
turcoman
turcot syndrome

Literary usage of Turbulency

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1. The History of the Society of Friends in America by James Bowden (1850)
"Let it be considered," he says, " what their dangerous and desperate turbulency was to States, civil and ecclesiastical. Did ever these poor people, ..."

2. The History of the Society of Friends in America by James Bowden (1850)
"Let it be considered," he says, " what their dangerous and desperate turbulency was to States, civil and ecclesiastical. Did ever these poor people, ..."

3. Friends' Review: A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal edited by Enoch Lewis, Samuel Rhoads (1851)
"Let it be considered," he says, " what their dangerous and desperate turbulency was to States, civil and ecclesiastical. Did ever these poor people, ..."

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