Definition of tumultuously in English:

tumultuously

Pronunciation /təˈməlCHo͞oəslē/ /təˈməltʃuəsli/

adverb

See tumultuous

‘The citizens must rush tumultuously to arms, without concert, without system, without resource; except in their courage and despair.’
  • ‘‘Riot’ is defined as ‘an unlawful assembly that has begun to disturb the peace tumultuously.’’
  • ‘It was as if the world was a blur - turning tumultuously, moving at the speed of light all around him, and he was merely there in physical existence.’
  • ‘From those roots, the country proceeded tumultuously but determinedly.’
  • ‘Her eyes swam tumultuously, as she moved about the room, gathering her belongings.’