Definition of Tumulose

1. a. Tumulous.



Definition of Tumulose

1. Adjective. (alternative form of tumulous) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tumulose

1. full of mounds [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Tumulose

tumpier
tumpiest
tumping
tumpline
tumplines
tumps
tumpy
tums
tumshie
tumshies
tumtums
tumular
tumulary
tumuli
tumulose (current term)
tumulosities
tumulosity
tumulous
tumult
tumulted
tumulting
tumults
tumultuarily
tumultuariness
tumultuary
tumultuation
tumultuations
tumultuos
tumultuous

Literary usage of Tumulose

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Southern Literary Messenger (1838)
"Lone child of the forest, thou art now on the sward, Where silently sleepeth its legitimate lord ; Thou art roaming thy last, o'er the tumulose earth : O'er ..."

2. The Ladies' Companion (1862)
"Well, indeed, was I compensated, for never had such a panorama of tumulose extent waved before me. I was daz- iled and almost bewildered as my eye scanned ..."

3. An Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South-Carolina by Frederick Dalcho (1820)
"... and if a brick wall be too expensive, a sufficient ditch could easily be kept in repair, to prevent the cattle from levelling the tumulose ground. ..."

4. The Natural, Statistical, and Civil History of the State of New-York by James Macauley (1829)
"... Mexicans, &c. tumulose structures, and works of defence, at times approach those of Mexico, in numbers, magnitudes, and grandeur of design- We allude to ..."

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