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Spell Check of turmoil

Correct spelling: turmoil

Definition of turmoil:

  1. Disturbance; tumult; harassing labour.
  2. To harass with commotion; to disquiet.
  3. To be disquieted; to be in commotion.

Common misspellings for turmoil:

termoial, termol, turmole.


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Examples of usage for turmoil:

  1. The voices and laughter in the meadow grew fainter and fainter; they were going away from the turmoil into a world of peace. – A Vanished Hand by Sarah Doudney
  2. His mind, poisoned against the poor old General, he had fixed upon him as the person responsible for that disgraceful correspondence which for so many weeks had kept the Court in constant turmoil and anxiety. – The Secrets of Potsdam by William Le Queux
  3. Soon he would be walking a beat in one of the training- camps, with a bugle- call in his ears and the turmoil of thousands of soldiers in the making around him: soon, too, he would be walking the deck of a transport, looking back down the moon- blanched wake of the ship toward home, listening to the mysterious moan of the ocean; and then soon feeling under his feet the soil of a foreign country, with hideous and incomparable war shrieking its shell furies and its man anguish all about him. – The Desert of Wheat by Zane Grey