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tumultuous

adjective angry, disgusted, enraged, frantic, frenzied, fuming, furious, hostile, inflamed, ireful, livid, offended, offensive, outraged, raging, storming, tempestuous, turbulent
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The book, according to the author, sheds light on the endless upheavals that Mr Berlusconi endured in his tumultuously colourful political career, which was inextricably linked to his media empire.
The point here is that race is made poetic while poetry is endowed with the tumultuously brilliant colors playing on a fair body; race and composition reinforce each other.
Greece's second international bailout programme ended tumultuously with the Troika (EU Commission, ECB and IMF) refusing to disburse the bailout's final instalments, Greece delaying two payments to the IMF and Greece on the verge of an exit from European monetary union.
Arguably the most dramatic of these is an extreme, high-angle long shot from what might be described as the perspective of the tumultuously rising ground (as the tectonic plates shift and become dramatically displaced), as cars, trees, houses and everyday objects are shunted into chaos.
The implications of this confluence of events rather clearly articulate Chabon's assertion that maintaining Jewish identity in geographic space is wrought with tension and that public and private Jewishness often intersect tumultuously.
section] 12- (a) When three (3) or more 11-103 (2009) persons shall be riotously, unlawfully, or tumultuously assembled, it shall be the duty of any judge, justice of the peace, county sheriff, county coroner, or constable .
The one leitmotif that relentlessly permeates Spiegelman's tumultuously collage-like, outsized panels is a digitalised reproduction of the North Tower at the moment before collapse.
Elizabeth and Darcy both suffer tumultuously within and the reader is made to feel their suffering with grace and equanimity out any strong language " and here is positioned the art of Miss Austen.
Musical delights on offer took the shape of singing solos, choral groups, flute choirs, recorder groups, individual recitals as well as the ever growing whole school orchestra tumultuously playing Celine Dion's 'My Heart Will Go On.
Sitting across the table from Lance Ryan in Lemoncii bistro in Bayreuth, a favorite restaurant with the right fare for this vegan Wagner tenor, you'd never have guessed he's playing a principal role in what was arguably by this mid-August day already the most tumultuously controversial production of the composer's bicentennial anni-versary.
The Riot Act said that if 12 or more people gathered "illegally, riotously, and tumultuously," a magistrate could command them to break up--or else face punishment--just by reading the opening words of the Riot Act.
Mley's biography is tumultuously intricate ely linked with the fascinating literary she created in her writings often by metamorphosing true life events into fiction.