Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to pandemonium; characteristic of pandemonium.

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Examples

  • Confusion, dirt, pandemoniac noise, long delay, and over all a blistering sun, were ill suited to bring peace to the embezzled seeker after pleasure.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 85, November, 1864

  • He was sitting at a supper-table smoking a cigarette, and gazing somewhat sadly -- it seemed to me -- at the pandemoniac phantasmagoria of screaming dancers, the glittering cosmopolitan chaos that multiplied itself riotously in the mirrored walls of the great flaring ball-room, where under-dressed women, waving many-coloured paper lanterns, rode on the shoulders of grotesquely clad men prancing to joyous music.

    The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes

  • The stranger, as he speculates on these pandemoniac noises, is able to realize the idea that were they discontinued the excitement necessary for the minds of the pundits might be lowered, and that activity might be lessened, and evil results might follow.

    The Prime Minister

  • The stranger, as he speculates on these pandemoniac noises, is able to realise the idea that were they discontinued the excitement necessary for the minds of the pundits might be lowered, and that activity might be lessened, and evil results might follow.

    The Prime Minister

  • Spider-Man story pushed that little bit further, cranking up the violence, sex and language for a pandemoniac two hours with a high school loser-turned-crimefighter. "

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

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