tumultuary

  • 1Tumultuary — Tu*mul tu*a*ry, a. [L. tumultuarius: cf. F. tumultuaire.] 1. Attended by, or producing, a tumult; disorderly; promiscuous; confused; tumultuous. A tumultuary conflict. Eikon Basilike. [1913 Webster] A tumultuary attack of the Celtic peasantry.… …

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  • 2tumultuary — index disordered, disorderly Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3tumultuary — [to͞o mul′cho͞o er΄ē, tyo͞omul′cho͞o er΄ē, təmul′cho͞o er΄ē; to͞omul′tyo͞o er΄ē, tyo͞omul′tyo͞o er΄ē, təmul′tyo͞o er΄ē] adj. 1. irregular; disorderly 2. TUMULTUOUS …

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  • 4tumultuary — t(y)üˈməlchəˌwerē, təˈm adjective Etymology: Latin tumultuarius, from tumultus tumult + arius ary 1. a. : composed of hastily levied and unorganized troops : undisciplined, irregular …

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  • 5tumultuary — /tooh mul chooh er ee, tyooh /, adj. 1. tumultuous; turbulent. 2. confused; disorderly; haphazard: tumultuary habits of studying. [1580 90; < L tumultuarius pertaining to bustle or hurry, equiv. to tumultu(s) TUMULT + arius ARY1] * * * …

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  • 6tumultuary — adjective Date: 1590 attended or marked by tumult, riot, lawlessness, confusion, or impetuosity …

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  • 7tumultuary — a. 1. Disorderly, confused, tumultuous, riotous, promiscuous. 2. Restless, agitated, unquiet, stormy …

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  • 8tumultuary — tu·mul·tu·ary …

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  • 9tumultuary — /tjuˈmʌltʃəri/ (say tyooh mulchuhree) adjective 1. tumultuous. 2. confused; irregular …

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  • 10Violence — (Roget s Thesaurus) &LT; N PARAG:Violence &GT;N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 violence violence inclemency vehemence might impetuosity Sgm: N 1 boisterousness boisterousness &c. &GT;Adj. Sgm: N 1 effervescence effervescence ebullition Sgm …

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  • 11Tumultuarily — Tu*mul tu*a*ri*ly, adv. In a tumultuary manner. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12Tumultuariness — Tu*mul tu*a*ri*ness, n. The quality or state of being tumultuary. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13Gordian I — 28th Emperor of the Roman Empire Bust of Gordian I Reign 22 March – 12 April 238 (jointly with Gordi …

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  • 14Displacement (psychology) — In Freudian psychology, displacement (German Verschiebung, shift or move ) is an unconscious defense mechanism whereby the mind redirects effects from an object felt to be dangerous or unacceptable to an object felt to be safe or acceptable.[1]&#8230; …

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  • 15Eusebius of Dorylaeum — Eusebius was a 5th century bishop of Dorylaeum in Asia Minor. He was the prime mover on behalf of Catholic orthodoxy against the heresies of Nestorius and Eutyches.During the earlier part of his life he followed the profession of an advocate at&#8230; …

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  • 16Kulturkampf — • The name given to the political struggle for the rights and self government of the Catholic Church, carried out chiefly in Prussia and afterwards in Baden, Hesse, and Bavaria Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Kulturkampf      …

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  • 17Eusebius of Dorylaeum —     Eusebius of Dorylæum     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Eusebius of Dorylæum     Eusebius, Bishop of Dorylæum in Asia Minor, was the prime mover on behalf of Catholic orthodoxy against the heresies of Nestorius and Eutyches. During the earlier&#8230; …

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  • 18disorderly — I adjective aberrant, aggressive, agitated, anarchic, anarchical, anarchistic, barbaric, barbarous, bellicose, blustering, blustery, boisterous, brutal, careless, churlish, confused, contumacious, defiant, deranged, destructive, disagreeable,&#8230; …

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  • 19disordered — I adjective aberrant, abnormal, agitated, amiss, anarchical, anomalous, askew, atypical, awry, bedraggled, bemuddled, capricious, changeable, changeful, chaotic, confused, deviating, disarranged, discomposed, discontinuous, disheveled, disjunct,&#8230; …

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  • 20tumultuous — 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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