He was sober himself, but the excitement of this chaotic day—the strangest day of his life—had affected him so that he was in a dazed, wild condition, which almost resembled drunkenness.
What chaos and ugliness fills the world at times!
If Rogojin should really kill someone, it would not, at any rate, be such a senseless, chaotic affair.
A chaos, a scandal, worse than a nightmare!
"Chaos and scandal are to be found everywhere, madame," remarked Doktorenko, who was considerably put out of countenance.
Is it not monstrous chaos?
In her opinion there was so much disclosed and laid bare by the episode, that, in spite of the chaotic condition of her mind, she was able to feel more or less decided on certain points which, up to now, had been in a cloudy condition.
All this filled poor Lizabetha’s mind with chaotic confusion.
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The country entered a period of civil war and chaos.
Everyone ran around trying to help, but there was no organization and little was accomplished in the chaos.