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turmoil
used in Howards End

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Definition
a state of confusion, disturbance, or disorder
  • She feared, fantastically, that her own little flock might be moving into turmoil and squalor, into nearer contact with such episodes as these.
    Chapter 13 (95% in)
  • CHAPTER XLIII Out of the turmoil and horror that had begun with Aunt Juley's illness and was not even to end with Leonard's death, it seemed impossible to Margaret that healthy life should re-emerge.
    Chapter 43 (0% in)
  • As a prisoner looks up and sees stars beckoning, so she, from the turmoil and horror of those days, caught glimpses of the diviner wheels.
    Chapter 43 (13% in)

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