Definition Of tumult

noun

a loud, confused noise, especially one caused by a large mass of people.

a tumult of shouting and screaming broke out

Example Of tumult

  • a tumult of shouting and screaming broke out

  • Amid all the tumult and clamour of the teeming crowds who throng the premises, the hall stands dignified in its majestic splendour.

  • Despite all tumult and turbulence, one after all, had to carry on.

  • Ford responded by shouting back in what sounded like Latin and slowly, but noticeably, the tumult in the apartment decreased.

  • His effective rhetoric reassured a country unsettled by the tumults of the 1960s and 1970s and perceptions of American decline.


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