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chaos
used in The Mark of Athena

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Definition
a state of extreme confusion and disorder
  • Down in the forum, chaos was spreading.
    p. 44.1
  • The fauns had also taken advantage of the chaos.
    p. 45.3
  • Without the chaos of all these panicked mortals, the Romans would have already surrounded their outnumbered crew.
    p. 246.5
  • Piper and Jason took charge of cleaning the lower deck, which had been thrown into chaos during the monster attack.
    p. 313.9
  • A chaotic assortment of warehouses, apartments, stores, and cafés crowded the riverfront.
    p. 390.1
  • "Rome is chaotic aboveground," Tiberinus said, "but that's nothing compared to below ground.
    p. 400.6
  • There were several thousand things to look at, most of them in motion, but one good aspect of being an ADHD demigod was that Percy was comfortable with chaos.
    p. 505.4
  • Hazel was yelling for the others, but even if they heard her over all the chaos, they'd never make it in time.
    p. 567.6

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