Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Relating to all demons, or to pandemonium.

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Examples

  • Thus we anchor the end of the path and visually resolve the pandemonic mass of rock, making sense of the tangle of preceding brushwork (preceding because, in the West, we read both words and artwork left to right).

    Update on Brianna

  • It is also frightening and pandemonic: he maintains that the world as it is in itself (again, sometimes adding “for us”) is an endless striving and blind impulse with no end in view, devoid of knowledge, lawless, absolutely free, entirely self-determining and almighty.

    Arthur Schopenhauer

  • For now I seemed to see nothing but some bellowing pandemonic universe through crimson glasses, and the air was wildly hot, and my eye-balls like theirs that walk staring in the inner midst of burning fiery furnaces, and my skin itched with a fierce and prickly itch.

    The Purple Cloud

  • Somewhere in the great ocean between God and man, the ends of the broken cables lie buried in some vast depth, sleeping embedded amid the unfathomable mysteries in the wonders and plentitudes of those awful seas of pandemonic and howling space.

    Autobiography, sermons, addresses, and essays of Bishop L. H. Holsey, D. D.,

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