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Pandæmonium is the capital of Hell in John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost. " Pandæmonium ... John Martin, Pandemonium, 1841. Pandæmonium is the ...

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Pandemonium definition, wild uproar or unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos. See more. ... Origin of pandemonium. Expand. 1660-1670. 1660-70; after ...

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Apr 6, 2007 ... Pandemonium was coined by Milton in his 1667 Paradise Lost: ... Nor does its origin have anything to do with the excitement over the arrival of ...

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Define Pandemonium: the capital of Hell in Milton's Paradise Lost — Pandemonium in a sentence. ... Origin and Etymology of pandemonium. New Latin, from ...

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Look up pandemonium at Dictionary.com: 1667, Pandæmonium, in "Paradise Lost" the name of the palace built in the middle of Hell, "the high capital of Satan  ...

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Jump to: navigation, search. See also: pandemónium and pandémonium ... pandemonium (plural pandemoniums or pandemonia). (archaic) A place where all ...

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'there was complete pandemonium—everyone just panicked' ... Origin. Mid 17th century: modern Latin (denoting the place of all demons, in Milton's Paradise ...

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any place or scene of wild disorder, noise, or confusion; wild disorder, noise, or confusion. Origin of Pandemonium. Modern Latin from Classical Greek pan, ...

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Pandemonium is chaos, total and utter craziness — like the stampede after your team won the championship, when everyone spilled onto the field at once, ...

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Word origin of 'pandemonium'. C17: coined by Milton to designate the capital of hell in Paradise Lost, from pan- + Greek daimōn demon ...