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  • 21tumultuous — Synonyms and related words: agitated, anarchic, angry, blaring, blatant, blatting, blustering, blusterous, blustery, boisterous, brassy, brawling, brazen, bullying, chaotic, clamant, clamorous, clamoursome, clanging, clangorous, clattery,… …

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  • 22tumultuous — tu·mul·tu·ous || tuː mÊŒltʃʊəs /tju adj. loud, noisy, disorderly; riotous; raucous; emotionally or mentally agitated …

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  • 23tumultuous — [tjʊ mʌltjʊəs] adjective 1》 very loud or uproarious. 2》 excited, confused, or disorderly. Derivatives tumultuously adverb tumultuousness noun …

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  • 24tumultuous — a. 1. Uproarious, riotous, turbulent, tumultuary, violent, lawless, seditious, wild. 2. Disturbed, agitated, restless, uneasy, unquiet. 3. Irregular, obstreperous, confused, disorderly, noisy, boisterous. 4. Full of tumult, disorderly, wild …

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  • 25tumultuous — adj 1. uproarious, tempestuous, stormy, turbulent; explosive, volcanic, unpredictable, uncertain; wild, untamed, raging, fierce, savage, unrestrained, no holds barred. 2. noisy, clamorous, clangorous, loud, stentorian, ear shattering, ear… …

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  • 26tumultuous — tu·mul·tu·ous …

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  • 27tumultuous — tu•mul•tu•ous [[t]tuˈmʌl tʃu əs, tyu [/t]] adj. 1) full of tumult or riotousness; uproarious; disorderly 2) highly agitated; distraught; turbulent • Etymology: 1540–50; < L tumultuōsus=tumultu(s) tumult+ ōsus ous tu•mul′tu•ous•ly, adv.… …

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  • 28tumultuous assault — index affray Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 29Tumultuous Petitioning Act 1661 — The Tumultuous Petitioning Act 1661 is an Act of the Parliament of England (13 Car. II. c. 5), long title An Act against Tumults and Disorders upon pretence of preparing or presenting publick Peticions or other Addresses to His Majesty or the… …

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  • 30tumultuous assembly — An assembly conducted with disorder, noise, and confusion. An assemblage of a thousand people in the main street of a city, obstructing the use of the street, discharging bombs, skyrockets, Roman candles, and other missiles loaded with powerful… …

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  • 31tumultuous petitioning — /tamaltyuwas patishanin/ Under English St. 13 Car. II, St. 1, c. 5, this was a misdemeanor, and consisted in more than twenty persons signing any petition to the crown or either house of parliament for the alteration of matters established by law …

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  • 32tumultuous petitioning — An offense in the nature of a riot, in violation of the statute 13 Charles 11, St. I, c. 5 (1661) providing that not more than twenty names shall be signed to any petition to the king or either house of parliament for any change in the laws,… …

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  • 33tumultuous disturbance — noun a sudden violent disturbance • Syn: ↑outburst • Hypernyms: ↑disturbance …

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  • 34Tumultuously — Tumultuous Tu*mul tu*ous, a. [L. tumultuosus: cf. F. tumultueux.] 1. Full of tumult; characterized by tumult; disorderly; turbulent. [1913 Webster] The flight became wild and tumultuous. Macaulay. [1913 Webster] 2. Conducted with disorder; noisy; …

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  • 35Tumultuousness — Tumultuous Tu*mul tu*ous, a. [L. tumultuosus: cf. F. tumultueux.] 1. Full of tumult; characterized by tumult; disorderly; turbulent. [1913 Webster] The flight became wild and tumultuous. Macaulay. [1913 Webster] 2. Conducted with disorder; noisy; …

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  • 36riotous — Tumultuous in disturbance of the peace. Partaking of the nature of a riot. The substantial equivalent of the word violent. State v Kutter, 59 Ind 572, 574 …

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  • 37tumultuously — tumultuous ► ADJECTIVE 1) very loud or uproarious. 2) excited, confused, or disorderly. DERIVATIVES tumultuously adverb …

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  • 38Mary Tudor (Frankreich) — Mary Tudor als Königin von Frankreich, 1514 Mary Tudor (* 28. März 1496; † 25. Juni 1533) war die jüngste überlebende Tochter von Heinrich VII. von England und seiner Königin Elisabeth von York. Als dritte Ehefrau Ludwigs XII. war sie für einige… …

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  • 39tempestuous — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. stormy, raging, furious; gusty, blowy, squally; violent, tumultuous, turbulent. See wind, violence. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. raging, tumultuous, furious; see stormy 1 , turbulent . III (Roget s 3 …

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  • 40United States — a republic in the N Western Hemisphere comprising 48 conterminous states, the District of Columbia, and Alaska in North America, and Hawaii in the N Pacific. 267,954,767; conterminous United States, 3,022,387 sq. mi. (7,827,982 sq. km); with… …

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