Examples of bedlam in a Sentence
The park had never had so many visitors at one time. It was total bedlam.
French physician Philippe Pinel was instrumental in the transformation of bedlams from filthy hellholes to well-ordered, humane institutions.
Recent Examples of bedlam from the Web
The first are supporters of Trump, the celebrity-king who’s survived bedlam, bankruptcy, and scandal that would have wiped out, or at least embarrassed, mere mortals.
Inside Edition visited South Padre Island, Texas, in mid-March — the heat of spring break bedlam — and spotted countless daredevils leaping off their balconies into hotel pools below.
Leonard Hamilton rested both hands on his hips, the lone concession to the bedlam.
In the midst of bedlam over the three-day government shutdown, Senator Lindsey Graham complained of the administration’s moving-target negotiations for a border wall, which seemed to cost $18 billion one day and $33 billion the next.
The regular session ended in bedlam on Wednesday, when the House failed to vote on five bills before the midnight deadline.
The horn sounded and bedlam erupted on the Bulls half of the arena, while silence engulfed the area behind the Arizona bench.
Perhaps strangest still is that throughout the bedlam, the drivers rarely betray their shock.
The bedlam broke out after the RCYB members were accosted by a few police officers.
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BEDLAM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bedlam for English Language Learners
: a very noisy and confused state or scene
BEDLAM Defined for Kids
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