tumultuary

tu·mul·tu·ar·y

 (to͝o-mŭl′cho͞o-ĕr′ē, tyo͝o-)
adj.
Marked by haste, confusion, disorder, and irregularity.

[Latin tumultuārius, from tumultus, commotion; see tumult.]
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tumultuary

(tjuːˈmʌltjʊərɪ)
adj
1. formal turbulent
2. literary disorderly or chaotic
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Where "this and that wing of an angel, fixed / Tumultuary splendours folded in / To die" (VI.569-570) had previously, mockingly referred to Eglamor's pathetic fallacy (1.14-26), now the identical phrase recurs within an apparently sincere context.