Synonyms and Antonyms: Chaos


( Adjective )







Contextual Examples:

Everyone began shouting at once and the meeting broke up in disorder.

When you are in a hurry, you make
confusion worse confounded.

Sanker is very quick in making words from the
jumbled letters.

He tried to conceal his
abysmal ignorance of the subject by side tracking the issue.

Negotiations made
void the disputed clause in the contract, thereby invalidating its provisions.





Contextual Examples:

Our Prime Minister has the capability to create orderliness out of chaos.

What we need is an efficient
organization to look after our economic interest.

Democracy is defined as a
government of people, by the people and for the people.

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