- adj. 喧哗的；骚动的；激烈的；极其激动的
characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination;
"effects of the struggle will be violent and disruptive"
"these troubled areas"
"the tumultuous years of his administration"
"a turbulent and unruly childhood"
- The streets are tumultuous on National Day.
- They gave the chairman a tumultuous welcome.
- It was a tumultuous time in her life.
- The whole tumultuous rush has passed.
- The political conversation was very tumultuous; but the senator, by his speech, cast oil on the troubled water.
- Be quite! I am in a tumultuous passion.
His house was beset by a tumultuous crowd.出自： E. Edwards
A trying and tumultuous visit from my mother.出自： R. Lowell
Psychoanalysis..cannot transform the tumultuous storm of human relationships into..artificial calm.出自： J. Masson