[ UK /kˈe‍ɪɒs/ ]
[ US /ˈkeɪɑs/ ]
  1. (Greek mythology) the most ancient of gods; the personification of the infinity of space preceding creation of the universe
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How To Use Chaos In A Sentence

  • Well, suddenly without any warning, a couple of weeks ago, men and machines arrived and started digging up the road and pavement and generally causing the usual traffic chaos.
  • But amongst this chaos, Stewart has beamed down to promote Star Trek: Nemesis, the 10th instalment of the feature film series.
  • When they replaced the ten-minute peak-hour ferry services with 20-minute sailings, in 1975, it was chaos.
  • Tanks often attacked the outskirts of the city in skirmishes with resistance fighters, adding to the chaos and unrest.
  • It is probably a measure of the depths to which political conversation has sunk — all the more remarkable given the chaos that male leaders have through the generations created — that this non-gender-specific "ballsiness," as it were, is so frequently trotted out as a measure of high praise. Half-cocked
  • This week has been chaos on the railways as so many lines need to be checked and speed restrictions have been introduced.
  • The president's untimely death has thrown the country into chaos.
  • We are at least half way through the looking glass, on our way to utter chaos.
  • My life, as usual, is too busy, too near chaos.
  • The most popular story concerning her conception was that a golden egg tumbled out of Chaos in the beginning of the world.
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