turbulently
adverb see turbulent

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Turbulently — Tur bu*lent*ly, adv. In a turbulent manner. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • turbulently — turbulent ► ADJECTIVE 1) characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion. 2) technical (of the flow of fluids) irregularly fluctuating. DERIVATIVES turbulently adverb. ORIGIN Latin turbulentus full of commotion , from turba crowd …   English terms dictionary

  • turbulently — adverb 1. in a turbulent manner; with turbulence the river rolls turbulently boiling • Derived from adjective: ↑turbulent 2. in a stormy or violent manner • Syn: ↑stormily, ↑passionately • Derived fro …   Useful english dictionary

  • turbulently — See turbulent. * * * …   Universalium

  • turbulently — adverb In a turbulent manner …   Wiktionary

  • turbulently — adv. in a turbulent manner; like a maelstrom, tumultuously; in a disturbed or agitated manner; violently, wildly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • turbulently — tur·bu·lent·ly …   English syllables

  • turbulent — turbulently, adv. /terr byeuh leuhnt/, adj. 1. being in a state of agitation or tumult; disturbed: turbulent feelings or emotions. 2. characterized by, or showing disturbance, disorder, etc.: the turbulent years. 3. given to acts of violence and… …   Universalium

  • roil — verb Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1590 transitive verb 1. a. to make turbid by stirring up the sediment or dregs of b. to stir up ; disturb, disorder < changes that have roiled the country > 2. rile …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • turbulent — adjective Etymology: Latin turbulentus, from turba confusion, crowd more at turbid Date: 1538 1. causing unrest, violence, or disturbance < a set of mischievous, turbulent rebels Anne Brönte > 2. a. characterized by agitation or tumult ;… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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