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havoc
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

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widespread destruction, disruption, or disorder
  • The same principles which have swept away traditional abuses, and which are making rapid havoc among the revenues of sinecurists, and stripping the thin, tawdry veil from attractive superstitions, are working as actively in literature as in society.
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