variants or less commonly pandemonic
or pandemoniacal
: of or relating to or resembling Pandemonium : infernal
: having the character of a pandemonium : riotous
several hundred thousand hysterical … youths roaring pandemoniac approvalJ. A. Morris, born 1904

Word History


pandemonium + -ac (after demoniac) or -ic (after demonic) or -acal (after demoniacal)

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“Pandemoniac.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 Jun. 2024.

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