KJV Dictionary Definition: tumultuate
TUMULT'UATE, v.i. L. tumultuo. To make a tumult. Not used.
TUMULTUA'TION, n. Commotion; irregular or disorderly movement; as the tumultuation of the parts of a fluid.
TUMULT'UOUS, a. Conducted with tumult; disorderly; as a tumultuous conflict; a tumultuous retreat.
1. Greatly agitated; irregular; noisy; confused; as a tumultuous assembly or meeting.
2. Agitated; disturbed; as a tumultuous breast.
3. Turbulent; violent; as a tumultuous speech.
4. Full of tumult and disorder; as a tumultuous state or city.
TUMULT'UOUSLY, adv. In a disorderly manner; by a disorderly multitude.
TUMULT'UOUSNESS, n. The state of being tumultuous; disorder; commotion.