late Middle English: from Old French tumulteor Latin tumultus.
Tumult in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Kashmir mediation: Fury in India over Trump’s claim, Trump set off a political storm in India by claiming during a meeting on … barely able to make his voice heard over the opposition tumult.
World Cup 2019: Top stable, middle topsy-turvy, And a strange thing happened in ODIs where batting tumult is a natural … India has progressed well so far in the World Cup and by the time you …
How Statistics is Changing the Programmatic Advertising Ecosystem …, … growing components of the near 10-billion-dollar Indian advertising and … through a sea of tumult in an effort to conquer their ideal customer!
China lashes out at Hong Kong protest targeting its office, The growing tumult in Hong Kong has fueled fears that China’s People’s Liberation Army may intervene. A Chinese army brigade said Monday …
Wimbledon 2019: Plenty of dramatics as Rafael Nadal tops Nick …, And yet it was Nadal who emerged from all of the tumult Thursday at Wimbledon to beat Kyrgios 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (5), 7-6 (3) in a second-round …
(verb) (of a fabric, rope, or cord) unravel or become worn at the edge, typically through constant rubbing. “cheap fabric soon frays”
(verb) (of a person’s nerves or temper) show the effects of strain. “as the temperature rose, tempers frayed”
(verb) (of a male deer) rub (a bush or small tree) with the head in order to remove the velvet from newly formed antlers, or to mark territory during the rut. “bucks mark their territory by fraying small trees”
(noun) a situation of intense competitive activity. “ten companies intend to bid for the contract, with three more expected to enter the fray”
(noun) a battle or fight. “he charged into the thick of the fray and went down fighting”