tumultuary

[ too-muhl-choo-er-ee, tyoo- ]
/ tuˈmʌl tʃuˌɛr i, tyu- /

adjective

tumultuous; turbulent.
confused; disorderly; haphazard: tumultuary habits of studying.

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Origin of tumultuary

1580–90; <Latin tumultuārius “pertaining to bustle or hurry,” equivalent to tumultu(s) tumult + -ārius -ary

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