One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he left the stage to tumultuous applause’
loud, deafening, thunderous, thundering, ear-shattering, ear-splitting, ear-piercing, uproarious, noisy, clamorous, vociferous
2‘their tumultuous relationship’
tempestuous, stormy, turbulent, in turmoil, passionate, intense, explosive, violent, volatile, full of upheavals, full of ups and downs, roller-coaster, exciting
hectic, chaotic, confused
3‘a tumultuous crowd’
disorderly, unruly, rowdy, uncontrolled, out of control, unrestrained, turbulent, boisterous, excited, agitated, restless, in turmoil, wild, riotous, hysterical, frenzied
British informal rumbustious
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