tumultuary


tu·mul·tu·ary

adjective \t-ˈməl-chə-ˌwer-ē, ty-, tə-\

Definition of TUMULTUARY

:  attended or marked by tumult, riot, lawlessness, confusion, or impetuosity

First Known Use of TUMULTUARY

1590

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