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Synonyms for pandemonium
ˌpæn dəˈmoʊ ni əmpan·de·mo·ni·um

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Wiktionary3.0 / 2 votes

  1. pandemoniumnoun

    chaos, uproar, outburst

  2. pandemoniumnoun

    A place where all demons live; Hell.

    uproar, chaos, outburst

  3. pandemoniumnoun

    Chaos; tumultuous or lawless violence.

    outburst, chaos, uproar

  4. pandemoniumnoun

    An outburst; loud, riotous uproar, especially of a crowd.

    outburst, chaos, uproar

Princeton's WordNet0.0 / 0 votes

  1. chaos, pandemonium, bedlam, topsy-turvydom, topsy-turvynessnoun

    a state of extreme confusion and disorder

    cuckoo's nest, bedlam, booby hatch, nut house, madhouse, sanatorium, funny farm, chaos, funny house, crazy house, topsy-turvydom, snake pit, loony bin, nuthouse, topsy-turvyness

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  1. chaotic

    pandemonium describes something chaotic and crazy.

    "when the cow escaped from his pen, it was chaotic."

    Submitted by JP03 on January 22, 2015  

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  1. Phillip Green:

    It was pandemonium after that, i took cover. I didn't want to become part of the story.

  2. Logan Tucker:

    I heard the gunshots, it was pandemonium after that.

  3. Brian Kelley:

    I went to Australia last March, a year ago, and it was pandemonium. I was worried if the people would know my music. You would’ve thought the Beatles came back together, they love country music that much. They knew every word to every song, every hit, and some of the album cuts, I was flabbergasted.

  4. Chris Calabrese:

    It was pandemonium, it was the craziest thing I’ve ever seen on a train.

  5. Charles Roberts:

    We have sold quite a lot of that blind, when travel opens up, I think we're in for three months of pandemonium.

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