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Example sentences for tumult

People seem to want this, as opposed to urban tumult and squalor.
Cookbooks were thus a bulwark against the tumult of the times.
No great public tumult of ideas called this moment of change into being.
Given the tumult of the past few years, the barter system is starting to look good.
Sure enough, within seconds of the initial tumult, a sense of calm descended on their floor.
What makes this particular cosmic tumult a surprise is that it isn't in a distant galaxy.
The tumult at the top of financial markets has not filtered down evenly, but that doesn't mean it's not seeping.
Far from the grit of revolutionary unrest or the tumult of a natural disaster, average people sit, transfixed.
In all the tumult hardly anyone took the trouble to note that logical counterarguments were available.
The fascinating thing is that he looks the same even with this cultural and generational tumult underway all around him.
In an era of great tumult and great change, let all of us be part of the solution.
It was a welcome alternative to the tumult of politics and dinners for visiting royalty.
His films used batik, collage and optical printing to create a tumult of shapes and images that integrates chaos with control.
But in the midst of the tumult, some things remain constant.
It is a public service, vending a surprisingly effective antidote to the tumult of air travel.
There are people in the opposition, but the opposition leadership is in tumult, without a strategy.

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