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pandemonium

pan·de·mo·ni·um (pan·dae·mo·ni·um)

pandemonium (pandaemonium)

pronunciation:
paen d mo ni m
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: wild, tumultuous uproar; noisy chaos.
The shocking announcement caused pandemonium on the floor of the stock exchange.The audience broke into pandemonium; shouting, stomping, and throwing things at the speaker.
synonyms:
bedlam, hubbub
similar words:
anarchy, chaos, clamor, commotion, confusion, disorder, mess, noise, tumult, turmoil, uproar
definition 2: a place or scene marked by such uproar or chaos.
synonyms:
bedlam, hubbub
similar words:
chaos, furor, melee, mess, tumult, turmoil, uproar
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The word pandemonium contains the following part: