A very noisy place: "The whole lobby was a perfect pandemonium, and the din was terrific” ( Jerome K. Jerome). (noun)
Wild uproar or noise. See Synonyms at noise.(noun)
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Use "pandemonium" in a sentence
"The pandemonium is still in the air, the giddy excitement from winning again."
"Conditions at the hospital were poor and Bedlam had entered the English language as a byword for pandemonium."
"By the mid-sixteenth century, Bethlem had become Bedlam, a byword for pandemonium."