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Definition of turmoil:

  1. Disturbance; harassing labour; trouble and confusion; tumult.
  2. To harass with commotion; to weary; to be disquieted.

Synonyms:

hurricane, furor, fluster, excitement, upset, agitation, flutter, upheaval, bobbery, order, blather, fermentation, dither, uneasiness, fun, fit, bluster, stir, ruction, coil, hurry, inflammation, hubbub, foofaraw, ruckus, upthrust, to-do, din, hullabaloo, hurly-burly, helter-skelter, upthrow, pandemonium, paroxysm, fervor, tumultuousness, do, unrest, shindy, row, bother, hoo-hah, tumult, commotion, pother, excitation, fuss, exhilaration, kerfuffle, flap, lather, williwaw, hurry-scurry, stew, hoo-ha, calm, fervour, ferment, unquietness, hoopla, whirl, peace, bedlam, ado, tempestuousness, moil, storm, restlessness, welter, hurly, uplift, zoo, disruption, squall, disturbance, alarums and excursions, turbulence, hubble-bubble, splore, rumpus, corroboree, Sturm und Drang, garboil, furore, clatter, bustle, ballyhoo, restiveness.

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