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Example sentences for pandemonium

In the pandemonium, to be heard on the streets required a shout.
There was pandemonium and chaos.
Audiences found their mixture of music and ad-libbed, irreverent comedic pandemonium intoxicating.
The most unbearable part of her nearly 11-month prison stay was the pandemonium, she said.
The panicked pandemonium has caused the entire city to go into code red terrorist alert.
The uninhibited comedienne with the raucuous laughter muggs and gags her way through 45 minutes of pandemonium.
The village, a pandemonium of tin shacks flanking ten dirt lanes, had already shut down.
The pandemonium faded as the music grew louder.
The characters spin and twirl, and the absurd situations accumulate in near- pandemonium.
The world fragments into a working pandemonium of individuals, organized by jobs rather than geography.
But when more people showed up at the gate than the plane had seats, pandemonium ensued.
The second drama occurred at the show itself, when the photographers' platform collapsed, resulting in pandemonium.
Sometimes there was a brief pandemonium if a set of tired eyes thought another building was about to collapse.
The positive must be stated to rescue us form pandemonium.
Planes looped and swerved and dived and arced and sent colorful sprays of vapor over the pandemonium below.
All my advance guy would do was make sure there wasn't total pandemonium.
The brutal encounter of superheated liquid with cold seawater creates chemical and thermal pandemonium.
Below the bridge pandemonium reigns among the foes of annexation.
When cannons and guns signaled noon, pandemonium broke loose.
Stunned, the audience reacted slowly, but pandemonium followed with the dawning realization of what had happened.
The crowd was dominated by families with kids who clearly relished the pep rally pandemonium.
There was pandemonium, with certain areas interpreting army orders more strictly than others.
When they began to realize what had actually occurred, a stunned silence turned into pandemonium.
Pandemonium erupted as sailors ran this way and that, some hideously scalded by the hot water.
His senses are immediately inundated with discordant sounds of pandemonium and chaos.
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