Sentence example with the word 'turmoil'

turmoil

ado, broil, disquiet, farrago, frenzy, inquietude, mobocracy, rebellion, seething, trouble, welter

Definition n. a violent disturbance

Last update: November 1, 2015

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There was turmoil after the election.   [noun]

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A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst recession in over half a century.   [noun]

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A story based more on inner turmoil than typical ' boo !   [noun]

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To Rome, as whose representative the historian appeared, this man's mere existence meant constant turmoil and civil war.   [noun]

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In sober prose, as perhaps these verses intimate less decidedly, the transient idea of Miss Cecilia Stubbs passed from Captain Waverley's heart amid the turmoil which his new destinies excited.   [noun]

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"Hast thou then not kept the camp in turmoil on that and no other score."   [noun]

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The countess had a headache brought on by all the noise and turmoil and was lying down in the new sitting room with a vinegar compress on her head.   [noun]

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There was nothing which so quieted the turmoil of Edna's senses as a visit to Mademoiselle Reisz.   [noun]

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'See what a turmoil there is in the water.'   [noun]

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The storm center of all the turmoil at home and abroad was the French Revolution, which had a profound influence on the life and literature of all Europe.   [noun]

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In the preceding age, as the result of the turmoil produced by the French Revolution, lawlessness was more or less common, and individuality was the rule in literature.   [noun]

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