“turbulent junto” certainly describes the Senate GOP caucus.
The role of Islam in conjuncture with individual rights, politics, and women will lead to some turbulent times.
It was a complex and turbulent era, and its impact continues to haunt many Jews—and not just old ones.
Propelled by the turbulent currents of their love affair, for either one of them to turn back would have been difficult.
People still need a safe place to put money in this turbulent world.
Up to the very top of the dykes was a turbulent waste of waters.
A short voyage of a day bore them to the mouth of turbid and turbulent Missouri.
In Africa and Asia we are witnessing the turbulent unfolding of new nations and continents.
The turbulent waves of doubt and unrest had been divinely stilled.
On the contrary, they seem to have affected the characters of the free-thinkers and turbulent spirits of antiquity.
1530s, "disorderly, tumultuous, unruly" (of persons), from Middle French turbulent (12c.), from Latin turbulentus "full of commotion, restless," from turba "turmoil, crowd" (see turbid). In reference to weather, attested from 1570s.