Synonyms and Antonyms of tumults
- in the tumult of the evacuation from the coast, we accidentally left on the television, which was of course tuned to the local newscast breathlessly reporting on the hurricane we were fleeing
ados, alarums and excursions, ballyhoos, blathers, bluster, bobberies, bothers, bustles, clatters, clutters [chiefly dialect], coils, commotions, corroborees [Australian], disturbances, dos (or do's) [chiefly dialect], foofaraws, fun, furors, furores, fusses, helter-skelters, hoo-has (also hoo-hahs), hooplas, hubble-bubbles, hubbubs, hullabaloos, hurlies, hurly-burlies, hurricanes, hurry-scurries (or hurry-skurries), kerfuffles [chiefly British], moils, pandemoniums, pothers, rows, ruckuses, ructions, rumpuses, shindys (or shindies), splores [Scottish], squalls, stews, stirs, storms, to-dos, turmoils, uproars, welters, whirls, williwaws, zoos
- the political tumult that swept the American colonies in the late 1700s
bluster, bobberies, bustles, coils, commotions, furors, furores, fusses, hubbubs, hullabaloos, hurly-burlies, pandemoniums, routs, rows, ruckuses, ructions, rumpuses, shindys (or shindies), squalls, stews, stirs, to-dos, turmoils, welters, williwaws
- went to the window to see what the great tumult was and discovered a crowd of demonstrators marching down the street
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