One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a time of great political turmoil’
confusion, upheaval, upheavals, turbulence, tumult, disorder, commotion, disturbance, agitation, ferment, unrest, trouble, disruption, upset, convulsions, chaos, mayhem, pandemonium, bedlam, uproar
Sturm und Drang
North American informal tohubohu
archaic moil, coil
‘as he spoke, his mind was in turmoil’
in confusion, in a whirl, at sixes and sevens
reeling, spinning, disorientated
all over the place, not knowing whether one is coming or going
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