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turbulent
used in The Bourne Supremacy

3 uses
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Definition
a state of disturbance and disorder

or:

of liquid or gas:  rough (rapid and irregular flow)
  • Those were turbulent times in the Far East.
    Chapter 2 (39% in)
  • In your words, Mr Undersecretary, the People's Republic is a suspicious turbulent nation — and if I may add a few of my own from those accomplishments you ascribe to me — a government quick to become paranoid, obsessed with betrayal both from within and without.
    Chapter 2 (89% in)
  • 'The weather reports on your radio say there's no turbulence anticipated-'
    Chapter 29 (74% in)

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