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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchaoticcha‧ot‧ic /keɪˈɒtɪk $ -ˈɑːtɪk/ ●○○ adjective  DISORGANIZEDa chaotic situation is one in which everything is happening in a confused way a chaotic mixture of images
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chaoticWe flew on the day after Christmas and the situation at the airport was completely chaotic.Lord Owen condemned the voting as chaotic.The only defence open to enterprises and manufacturing industry would be a chaotic cut in their demand for these raw materials.The city is a sprawling chaotic metropolis of some eight million residents.Newscasts continued to broadcast images of the chaotic minutes after the shooting.One can contemplate at least three roles for these chaotic regimes.So the chaotic sea has an ambivalent character as well, like the sea, its visible expression.Dawn saw the north wind still blowing strongly, and a chaotic sea right to the horizon.Some observers feared a chaotic situation that could deprive the eventual winner of the legitimacy needed to govern.The chaotic social and economic conditions could lead to civil war.
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