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used in The Lords of Discipline

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a state of disturbance and disorder


of liquid or gas:  rough (rapid and irregular flow)
  • Both ofus were unassailable proof that each of the tribes of Europe had imported their own separate fevers, predilections, and reveries into the capricious, turbulent consciousness of America.
    Chapter 1.4 (34% in)
  • None of us had spoken since we had left Molligen; all of uswere lost in our own private, turbulent thoughts about that evening and what it implied about the future.
    Chapter 4.36 (86% in)

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