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Use 'turmoil' to describe situations affected by unexpected or significant events. SlideThe stock market went into turmoil following the unexpected news.
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'Turmoil' often indicates a high level of intensity and seriousness in a situation. SlideThe city was in turmoil during the riots.
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'Turmoil' is commonly used with issues in the public domain, like politics or economics. SlideThe government reshuffle caused political turmoil.