Definitions

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  • adjective nonstandard In a state of mayhem.

Etymologies

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mayhem +‎ -ic

Examples

  • That said, I think I got a pretty good idea of what's in store for the rest of this mayhemic week.

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  • Each band got a 10-minute window to fill, resulting in some mayhemic "suites."

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  • At the same time, Ahamadinejas wishes for a preemptive strike On Iran's installations, so the regime can definitely dig in for the next 30 years of their mayhemic rule over this nation.

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  • I'm talking about a full-on mayhemic level of parenting here, the sort where you taught her to use her smallish frame to inflict massive and mortal damage on unsuspecting goons.

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  • The show was considered groundbreaking with a mayhemic mixture of pop music and teen attitude.

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  • Barack Obama is being sworn in as president on Tuesday, January 20, and Washington, DC will be mayhemic.

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  • As if that weren't enough mayhemic potential, add a pathetic, perpetually abused stuffed bunny and idiotic aliens watching her every move.

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