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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwelterwel‧ter /ˈweltə $ -ər/ noun   a welter of something
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welterJohn James, in addition to the financial complications, faced a welter of other unexpected difficulties.In between men with machetes hacked and chopped in a welter of gore.Under the impact of soaring oil prices living standards collapsed in a welter of rationing and corruption.The fanfare seized up on its first chord and then seemed to fall over itself, collapsing in a welter of notes.The grypesh swam out after them, and there were battles fought there in a welter of blood and foam.Apt observations dissolved into a shapeless welter.It seemed self-evident that in the welter of these breathtaking claims, the case for planning no longer needed to be argued.
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