stormy, turbulent; explosive, volcanic, unpredictable, uncertain; wild, untamed, raging, fierce, savage, unrestrained, no-holds-barred.
2. noisy, clamorous, clangorous, loud, stentorian, ear-shattering, ear-splitting, blaring; clattering, shrieking, screaming, hollering, yelling; brawling, wrangling, fighting; disorderly, ungovernable, uncontrollable, unruly; boisterous, rowdy, roistering.
3. disturbed, distraught, agitated, uneasy, upset, bothered, troubled; beside oneself, Inf. in a tizzy or dither, in a turmoil; anxious, Inf. in a sweat, impatient, frantic, restless, restive; excited, frenzied, hysterical, rabid, manic, maniacal; furious, mad as a wet hen; fretful, roiled, ruffled, exasperated.
tune, n. 1. melody, air, aria, song, ditty, strain, lay; chant, plainsong, hymn, anthem, dirge, chanson, lied, ballad, Inf. pop tune, folk song, carol, lullaby.
2. unison, harmony, concert, agreement, accord, consonance, correspondence, concord, accordance, conformity, congruity; harmoniousness, euphony, symphony, tunefulness, melodiousness.
3. change one's tune change one's mind, reverse one's views, have a change of heart, take a different tack; back-pedal, backtrack, about-face, Inf. flip-flop. -v. 4. Often
tune up adjust, Archaic, attune, synchronize, coordinate, align, regulate, set, put in proper condition; warm up, Music, noodle, prepare, ready, prime.
5. harmonize, bring into harmony, attune, bring into accord or agreement.
6. tune in Slang, listen, pay attention.
7. tune out Slang. SI. space out, Inf. turn or shut or switch off, pay no mind or attention.
tuneful, adj. melodious, melodic, musical, lyrical, lyric, canorous; harmonious, euphonic, euphonious, symphonious, Music, symphonic; sweet-sounding, mellifluous, mellifluent, dulcet, pleasant, agreeable, light, tripping; silvery, silver-toned, clear as a bell, ringing, resonant; rhythmical, rhythmic, flowing, smooth, velvety, golden, mellow, rich,
tunnel, n. 1. underground, underground passageway, subterranean passage, Mil. mine; underpass, Chiefly Brit, subway, C.B. Radio, hole in the wall.
2. (all of mines) gallery, corridor, Mining, drift, Mining. crosscut.
3. (both of animals) burrow, hole.
-v. 4. (all of a tunnel) construct, build, make, cut; excavate, dig, burrow, mine.
turban, n. headdress, head covering, headgear, head scarf, scarf, bandanna, (in India) pugree, tarboosh; toque, cloche.
turbid, adj. 1. unclear, clouded, cloudy, opaque, nontransparent, murky, muddy, muddied; dirty, filthy, unclean, impure, polluted, befouled, foul, feculent.
2. thick, dense, soupy, Inf. thick as pea soup, heavy, concentrated, condensed.
3. confused, disjointed, disconnected, incoherent, unclear, indistinct, fuzzy, hazy, foggy, blurry, blurred; muddled, mixed-up, jumbled, disorganized, unorderly, disorderly, deranged; disturbed, troubled, agitated, unsettled.
turbulence, n. 1. agitation, perturbation, excitement. See - tumult (def. 3).
2. violence, storminess, tempestuousness, uproar, squall; commotion, confusion, chaos, pandemonium, bedlam, rampage, racket; fury, frenzy, rage; cataclysm, convulsion, eruption, outburst, explosion; noise, hubbub, sound and fury; fracas, brawling, wrangling.
3. disorder, anarchy, disarray, disruption, discord, disharmony; untidiness, roughness, choppiness; fuss, bustle, stir, Inf. to-do, ado; mess, messiness, disorganization, mix-up, imbroglio; explosiveness, perilousness.