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turbulent
used in Jane Eyre

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Definition
a state of disturbance and disorder

or:

of liquid or gas:  rough (rapid and irregular flow)
  • Willingly would I now have gone and asked Mrs. Reed's pardon; but I knew, partly from experience and partly from instinct, that was the way to make her repulse me with double scorn, thereby re-exciting every turbulent impulse of my nature.
    Chapter 4 (86% in)

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