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turmoil
used in Oliver Twist

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Definition
a state of confusion, disturbance, or disorder
  • Who, if this were death, would be roused again to all the struggles and turmoils of life; to all its cares for the present; its anxieties for the future; more than all, its weary recollections of the past!
    Chapter 12 — In Which Oliver is Taken Better Care of than He Ever was.... (34% in)
  • He nodded, twice or thrice, to a passing friend; and, resisting as many invitations to take a morning dram, pressed steadily onward, until they were clear of the turmoil, and had made their way through Hosier Lane into Holborn.
    Chapter 21 — The Expedition (32% in)

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