pandemonium definition

  • noun:
    • A Tremendously noisy spot: "The Complete lobby had been a great pandemonium, additionally the din ended up being terrific” ( Jerome K. Jerome).
    • Wild uproar or sound. See Synonyms at sound.
    • somewhere in which all demons reside; Hell.
    • Chaos; tumultuous or lawless physical violence.
    • An outburst; loud, riotous uproar, specifically of a crowd.
    • the fantastic hall or council chamber of demons or evil spirits.
    • An utterly lawless, riotous location or assemblage.
    • A condition of unrestrained condition and chaotic, riotous uproar.
    • The abode of all the demons or evil spirits; hell: a name developed and employed by Milton instead as a proper name than a general term.
    • thus Any lawless, disorderly, and loud destination or assemblage.
    • A loud sound, since from pandemonium.
    • a situation of extreme confusion and disorder

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