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- adv. In a tumultuous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a tumultuous manner; with tumult or turbulence; by a disorderly multitude.
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- adv. in a tumultuous and riotous manner
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This remark led to a much greater noise, and the young men, unable to restrain their long-suppressed laughter, ran tumultuously from the shanty.
Once we correct for those, your disposition can be described as tumultuously gregarious.
The Riots Damages Act 1886 specifies that if damage is caused by people "riotously and tumultuously assembled", local police authorities are required to compensate victims.
Her face was tumultuously joyous when I murmured my "At last!"
Far below, the river frothed and flowed over pebbly shallows, or broke tumultuously over boulders and cascades, in its race for the great valley they had left behind.
He meets an older, mysterious ballet teacher, Klara Morgenstern, and falls tumultuously in love.
In a city where history and the stage have collided so tumultuously -- by virtue of that convergence, isn't Ford's the most notorious playhouse in the world?
Music in London had reached a tumultuously creative moment when Hendrix arrived and was perfectly poised to receive him.
Lately she's emerged not only as a connoisseur but also as an author in her own right, winning the $4,000 Narrative Prize for a work of fiction and publishing a short memoir about a tumultuously sex-crazed part of her youth.
The citizens must rush tumultuously to arms Alexander Hamilton, Federalist, no.