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  • n. Alternative spelling of pandemonium.

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Examples

  • We stood for some moments contemplating the group before us, and then, following the steps of an old, withered crone, who, with a cracked cup in her hand, was pushing her way through the throng, we found ourselves in that dreary pandaemonium, at once the origin and the refuge of humble vices -- a Gin-shop.

    Pelham — Complete

  • We stood for some moments contemplating the group before us, and then, following the steps of an old, withered crone, who, with a cracked cup in her hand, was pushing her way through the throng, we found ourselves in that dreary pandaemonium, at once the origin and the refuge of humble vices -- a Gin - shop.

    Pelham — Volume 04

  • He uttered a short, low, laugh, unobserved, perhaps, by any one but myself; and, pushing through the atmosphere of sacres and mille tonnerres, which filled that pandaemonium, strode quickly to the door.

    Pelham — Volume 02

  • He has constructed a pandaemonium in an upper story of his museum, in which he has congregated all the images of horror that his fertile fancy could devise; dwarfs that by machinery grow into giants before the eyes of the spectator; imps of ebony with eyes of flame; monstrous reptiles devouring youth and beauty; lakes of fire, and mountains of ice; in short, wax, paint and springs have done wonders.

    Domestic Manners of the Americans

  • "That has not created pandaemonium or chaos," he said.

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  • It is the logical answer to this present period of global pandaemonium based on post-Cold War tribalism and blood politics.

    The Corsair

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