Wild and noisy disorder or confusion; uproar: there was complete pandemonium—everyone just panicked
More example sentences
- On the collective level, poison gas created confusion and pandemonium.
- Uproar and pandemonium followed, matched only by that of the previous week when Mr. Loy won twice.
- Let me tell you about the non-stop insanity, the constant chaos, the perpetual pandemonium.
mid 17th century: modern Latin (denoting the place of all demons, in Milton's Paradise Lost), from pan- 'all' + Greek daimōn 'demon'.