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turbulent

  
1    agitated, blustery, boiling, choppy, confused, disordered, foaming, furious, raging, rough, tempestuous, tumultuous, unsettled, unstable  
2    agitated, anarchic, boisterous, disorderly, insubordinate, lawless, mutinous, obstreperous, rebellious, refractory, riotous, rowdy, seditious, tumultuous, unbridled, undisciplined, ungovernable, unruly, uproarious, violent, wild  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    calm, glassy, peaceful, quiet, smooth, still, unruffled  
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turbulent

  
1       adj   A turbulent time, place, or relationship is one in which there is a lot of change, confusion, and disorder.  
usu ADJ n  
They had been together for five or six turbulent years of rows and reconciliations...     
2       adj   Turbulent water or air contains strong currents which change direction suddenly.  
usu ADJ n  
I had to have a boat that could handle turbulent seas.     

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