- Chaos; tumultuous or lawless violence.
- 2004, Boston Globe, October 22
- :Whenever you have violent , there's the overwhelming possibility for panic and tragedy.
- An outburst; loud, riotous uproar, especially of a crowd.
Etymology: Coined by w:John Milton, John Milton in "Paradise Lost," Pandímonium, from the Greek pan- "all" + Late Latin dímonium "evil spirit, demon" from the Greek (daimonion) "lesser divine power," from (daimon) "lesser god"
- Dutch: pandemonium
- French: chaos , charivari , tumulte
- German: Tumult
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