- irregular; disorderly
Origin of tumultuaryLatin tumultuārius from tumultus commotion ; see tumult .
(comparative more tumultuary, superlative most tumultuary)
- Attended by, or producing, a tumult; disorderly; 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.