Tumultuarily

Tu`mul´tu`a`ri`ly

    (tũ`mŭl´tũ`ã`rĭ`lŷ)
adv.1.In a tumultuary manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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We may be grateful that Aubrey, as advertised in his covering letter to Anthony Wood, compiler of the more staid gossip of his Athenae Oxonienses, "putt in writing these minutes of Lives tumultuarily, nothing but the trueth, the naked and plain trueth, which is here exposed so bare that the very pudenda are not covered." Glancing between his age and ours, one more tru(e)th is equally bare--only the spelling is different.