|sekasorto englanniksi||turmoil fi, bedlam fi, chaos fi, havoc fi, disarray fi, disruption fi|
*: And there Ill rest, as after much turmoil, / A blessed soul doth in Elysium.
*: It is her fatal misfortune ... to be miserably tossed and turmoiled with these storms of affliction.
*: Some of the wards were veritable "bedlams," and dis-charged patients have told of abuses practiced in them of which the mere recital causes a shudder.
*: The outside of the Hyatt was bedlam. There was a group of more than a hundred injured people on the circular drive in front of the hotel.
*: Lets get the bedlam to lead him.
*: But if any man should profess to believe these things, and yet allow himself in any known wickedness, such a one should be put into bedlam.
*: What is the centre of the earth? is it pure element only, as Aristotle decrees, inhabited (as Paracelsus thinks) with creatures whose chaos is the earth: or with fairies, as the woods and waters (according to him) are with nymphs, or as the air with spirits?
*: As for Saul, he made havoc of the church.
*: Ye gods, what havoc does ambition make / Among your works!
:* quote-book|year=1918|year_published=2008|edition=HTML|editor=|author=Edgar Rice Burroughs|title=The People that Time Forgot|chapter=|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/552/552-h/552-h.htm|genre=|publisher=The Gutenberg Project|isbn=|page=|passage=But when I had come to that part of the city which I judged to have contained the relics I sought I found havoc that had been wrought there even greater than elsewhere.
*: To tear and havoc more than she can eat.
*: Who with fiery steeds / Oft disarrayed the foes in battle ranged.
*: So, as she bade, the witch they disarrayed.