turmoil / ˈtɜr mɔɪl /


turmoil 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a state of great commotion, confusion, or disturbance; tumult; agitation; disquiet: mental turmoil caused by difficult decisions.
  2. Obsolete. hard labor; toil.

turmoil 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. The final blow for the site rankings was dealt thereafter when, amid the turmoil, website operations were restructured to more closely mirror the countries’ sales teams.
  2. This is causing considerable stress and turmoil, and is complicated by the inequities in our society, which are painfully apparent now.
  3. It created turmoil and set a timer on TikTok’s ongoing efforts to find a buyer for its American operations.
  4. All of that turmoil might, in its own way, be an effort to avoid the deeper turmoil caused by a thimbleful of 37 genes.
  5. Peer said the ban could take a long time to come to fruition because of Israel’s ongoing budget crisis and election turmoil.
  6. In the wake of this turmoil, the New York Post reported that the police had stopped policing.
  7. He spoke of the present-day tragedies and turmoil that struck the city while he and his classmates were in the academy.
  8. In the midst of this religious and political turmoil, drug trafficking thrives.
  9. Isaacs grew up in Britain, first Liverpool, then London, during a period of economic turmoil and conservative revival.
  10. In the midst of financial turmoil, the renowned celebrity photographer needed a way to refuel.
  11. Major Abbott and his brother officers, trying to keep their men loyal, stood fast and listened to the distant turmoil in the city.
  12. Never would the instance that had brought turmoil and strife into his life trouble him again.
  13. There was nothing which so quieted the turmoil of Edna's senses as a visit to Mademoiselle Reisz.
  14. One should be perfectly happy here—so peaceful, so beautiful, so far removed from the unrest and turmoil of the world.
  15. Despite darkness and turmoil the quick-eyed coxswain and his mate had noted the incident.