adj.喧哗的, 骚动的, 激烈的, 极其激动的
A tumultuous, confused rush.
The political conversation was very tumultuous; but the senator, by his speech, cast oil on the troubled water.
They gave the chairman a tumultuous welcome.
Be quite! I am in a tumultuous passion.
1. 吵闹的, 喧哗的
When the war was over, there was a tumultuous parade in London.
2. 骚乱的, 骚动的; 混乱的
the most tumultuous decade of the century
3. 狂暴的, 激烈的
- making a loud, confused noise; uproarious
■excited, confused, or disorderly
a tumultuous crowd.
a tumultuous personal life.
- mid 16th cent.: from Old French tumultuous or Latin tumultuosus, from tumultus (see tumult)
characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination
■Be quite! I am in a tumultuous passion.
■They gave the chairman a tumultuous welcome.
■The political conversation was very tumultuous; but the senator, by his speech, cast oil on the troubled water.
■A tumultuous, confused rush.
■When the war was over, there was a tumultuous parade in London.
■In a tumultuous privacy of storm.
■The whole tumultuous rush has passed.
■The streets are tumultuous on National Day.
■The tumultuous years of his administration.
■It was a tumultuous time in her life.
■She left the stage to tumultuous applause.
■Why will the future be potentially tumultuous?
■Her tumultuous childhood was a unique schooling.
■They gave a tumultuous reception in honor of the guests.
■Tumultuous applause followed but received an unexpected check.
■When the war is over,there is a tumultuous parade in London.
■The victorious team was given a tumultuous welcome when they arrived home.
■On this tumultuous descent, streams merge and tributaries unite.
■For now... best of luck in this tumultuous new year!
■Mind tumultuous ones, are unwilling to what many think.
■It has boisterous go-go bars, clamorous discos and tumultuous nightclubs.
■Individualism was unheard of a short 30-odd years ago during the tumultuous Cultural Revolution.
■His fire, the tumultuous ring of his eloquence, seemed to go out of him.
■He earned this position with his concise, forceful prose as well as his tumultuous, often newsworthy lifestyle.
■Do you- -does each of you--accept this great trust[Tumultuous assent]?
■The victorious team were given a tumultuous welcome when they arrived home.
■It's been one tumultuous turn after another over the past 12 seasons.
■The tumultuous Cultural Revolution was chiefly responsible for the searing desire for change in China.
■LIKE the birds or the beasts, musicians can sometimes be seers of tumultuous change.
■As the attachment leaves, change occurs, and sometimes such change is quite tumultuous in nature.
■Freed, Benazir went into exile in London, then returned home to a tumultuous welcome in 1986.
■The political conversation was very tumultuous; but the senator,by his speech,cast oil on the troubled water.
■The tumultuous Cultural Revolution was chiefly re o ible for the searing desire for change in China .
■All that makes up the tumultuous torrent rushing with terrific force towards the only sea.
■I sometimes wonder how future generations will judge the events of this tumultuous year.
■Fifty feet from the door a dozen headlights illuminated a bizarre and tumultuous scene.
■She sank and floated up by turns in the tumultuous sea of life, fighting her way out of the encirclement of darkness.
■Fellow citizens, above yur national, tumultuous joy, I hear the mournful wail of millions!
■In the second of those tumultuous years, I was labeled one of the "reactionary gang".
■Individualism was unheard of a short30- odd year ago during the tumultuous Cultural Revolution.
■My heart, filled with too many thoughts and memories to be recollected, is overwhelmed by tumultuous feelingd.
■Then came a ringing and knocking at the front door, that grew at last tumultuous.
■The Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution that followed caused a tumultuous transformation in Europe.
■What is clear is that our definition of a good man is in a tumultuous and confusing transition.
■What is the key to realizing victory in an age of great upheaval and tumultuous change?
■All the tumultuous interrogation points of revery recurred to him in throngs, but without troubling him.
■The tumultuous events of the last few weeks have produced a lot of tight-lipped nods in Stockholm.
■The borderline withholds sex or offers it in accordance with the ups and downs of her tumultuous relationships.
■Remaining in present time and entering the divine dance, the change is less tumultuous and easier to embrace.
■Mobs, as the reader knows, are like a snowball, and collect as they roll along, a throng of tumultuous men.