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See also: Tumult
tumult (plural tumults)
- Confused, agitated noise as made by a crowd.
- Violent commotion or agitation, often with confusion of sounds.
- 2018 January 1, Donald McRae, “The Guardian footballer of the year 2017: Juan Mata”, in the Guardian:
- Football is a game of tumult and glory, of small disappointments and lingering dreams, and Mata has played long enough at the highest level to appreciate these truths.
- the tumult of the elements
- the tumult of the spirits or passions
- A riot or uprising.
noise as made by a crowd
violent commotion or agitation
riot or uprising
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- (obsolete) To make a tumult; to be in great commotion.
- 1644, John Milton, The Doctrine or Discipline of Divorce:
- Importuning and tumulting even to the fear of a revolt.
Declension of tumult
tumult n (plural tumulten)
tumult n (plural tumulturi)