Tu*mul"tu*a*ry (?), a. [L. tumultuarius: cf. F. tumultuaire.]


Attended by, or producing, a tumult; disorderly; promiscuous; confused; tumultuous.

"A tumultuary conflict."

Eikon Basilike.

A tumultuary attack of the Celtic peasantry. Macaulay.

Sudden flight or tumultuary skirmish. De Quincey.


Restless; agitated; unquiet.

Men who live without religion live always in a tumultuary and restless state. Atterbury.


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