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turmoil
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
a state of confusion, disturbance, or disorder
  • His age was beginning to show, his one sign of inner turmoil, the strong line of his jaw melted a little, one became aware of telltale creases forming under his ears, one noticed not his jet-black hair but the gray patches growing at his temples.
    p. 358.5
turmoil = agitation (being disturbed or upset)
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