A mass of waves were sweeping the shoreline, and the turbulent water toppled trees and swept them towards both ends of the lake, now spread twice as wide as it had once been.
It was as if the turbulent water of new relationship really had passed beneath the bridge, and now we were free to relax.
They can be viewed as a turbulent flow of liquid in which the chaotic fluctuations get larger as one examines the fluid with a magnifying glass on a finer and finer scale.
The North Sea is an enchanting voyage across alternately silky and turbulent waters.
He kicked and slapped the his way through the turbulent water in a desperate attempt to break through to the surface and breathe.
Charlie could see turbulent waters ahead, and prayed for wisdom.
Since its introduction by the Further and Higher Education Act 1992, quality assurance of teaching has had a relatively brief but turbulent history.
During its turbulent history it had known dozens of presidents, but their efforts to rule had been fruitless, invariably with blood flowing.
The paper has had a somewhat turbulent history.
The history of Romany gipsies and Irish travellers in Yorkshire is a long and turbulent one - and conflict with locals and the authorities is nothing new.