Tumultuous

{ tu-mel-che-wes }

  1. making a loud, confused noise; uproarious.
  2. excited, confused, or disorderly.

Examples of tumultuous in a sentence:

  • The soldiers returned home to a tumultuous welcome from their friends and family.
  • When the young actress won the biggest award of the night, the audience filled the room with tumultuous applause.¬†