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used in Catch-22

3 uses
  • Milo bore the tumultuous celebrations with benevolent grace.
    Chapter 22 — Milo the Mayor (67% in)
  • The two had hardly spoken since the tumultuous evening Colonel Cathcart had thrown him out of the officers' club at General Dreedle's bidding after Chief White Halfoat had punched Colonel Moodus in the nose.
    Chapter 19 — Colonel Cathcart (28% in)
  • But first he hastily drew a tourniquet around Snowden's thigh because he could not think what else to do in those first tumultuous moments when his senses were in turmoil, when he knew he must act competently at once and feared he might go to pieces completely.
    Chapter 41 — Snowden (64% in)

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