Synonyms and Antonyms of stews
- many in town are in a stew about the proposed plan to close at least one of the elementary schools
- the audience went into a stew when the evacuation order was announced
ados, alarums and excursions, ballyhoos, blathers, bluster, bobberies, bothers, bustles, clatters, clutters [chiefly dialect], coils, commotions, corroborees [Australian], disturbances, dos (or do's) [chiefly dialect], foofaraws, fun, furors, furores, fusses, helter-skelters, hoo-has (also hoo-hahs), hooplas, hubble-bubbles, hubbubs, hullabaloos, hurlies, hurly-burlies, hurricanes, hurry-scurries (or hurry-skurries), kerfuffles [chiefly British], moils, pandemoniums, pothers, rows, ruckuses, ructions, rumpuses, shindys (or shindies), splores [Scottish], squalls, stirs, storms, to-dos, tumults, turmoils, uproars, welters, whirls, williwaws, zoos
- the documentary looks at the stew of conspiracy theories inspired by the assassination
agglomerates, agglomerations, alphabet soups, assortments, botches, clutters, collages, crazy quilts, farragoes, gallimaufries, grab bags, gumbos, hashes, hodgepodges, hotchpotches, jambalayas, jumbles, jungles, litters, macédoines, medleys, mélanges, menageries, miscellanea, miscellanies, mishmashes, mixed bags, montages, motleys, muddles, olios, olla podridas (also ollas podridas), omnium-gatherums, pastiches, patchworks, patchwork quilts, potpourris, ragbags, ragouts, rummages, salads, salmagundis, scrambles, shuffles, smorgasbords, tumbles, varieties, welters
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