Definition of Tumultuousness

1. Noun. A state of commotion and noise and confusion.

Exact synonyms: Garboil, Tumult, Uproar
Generic synonyms: Commotion, Disruption, Disturbance, Flutter, Hoo-ha, Hoo-hah, Hurly Burly, Kerfuffle, To-do
Specialized synonyms: Combustion
Derivative terms: Tumultuous, Tumultuous, Uproarious



Definition of Tumultuousness

1. Noun. The quality of being tumultuous. ¹

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Definition of Tumultuousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tumultuousness

tumulosity
tumulous
tumult
tumulted
tumulting
tumults
tumultuarily
tumultuariness
tumultuary
tumultuation
tumultuations
tumultuos
tumultuous
tumultuous disturbance
tumultuously
tumultuousness (current term)
tumultus cordis
tumulus
tumuluses
tun
tuna
tuna-fish
tuna fish
tuna fish salad
tuna fishes
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tuna oil
tuna salad
tunabilities
tunability

Literary usage of Tumultuousness

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1. A Dictionary of the Bible: Dealing with Its Language, Literature, and by Samuel Rolles Driver, James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie (1908)
"... the original notion of tumultuousness in tehom (Ps 427) being overlaid by that of depth in ... tumultuousness ..."

2. A New Dictionary, English and French, and French and English ...by Louis Chambaud, Jean-Thomas Hérissant Des Carrières by Louis Chambaud, Jean-Thomas Hérissant Des Carrières (1815)
"... perturbation of mind, violent tumultuousness] Intempérie, f. fig. agitation d'esprit, {. troubles d'état, m. pi. sédition, f. ..."

3. The History of British India by James Mill (1848)
"But tumultuousness, in itself, is not an ivil. It is evil only when it has a tendency to pro- luce evil effects. What is more tumultuous than a public ..."

4. The Golden Book of Marcus Aurelius by Marcus Aurelius (1908)
"By tran- • I understand a decent orderly disposition and e, free from all confusion and tumultuousness. then thyself this retiring continually, ..."

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