Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Turmoil"

The meaning of "Turmoil" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does turmoil mean?
A: something that roils the country 😄

a state of great disorder or uncertainty
Q: What does turmoil mean?
A: thank you so much!!
Q: What does turmoil mean?
A: 混迷 / 騒動
Q: What does turmoil mean?
A: a state of great commotion, confusion, or disturbance; tumult; agitation; disquiet:

Example sentences using "Turmoil"

Q: Please show me example sentences with turmoil.
A: 1-There was turmoil in her pale blue eyes.

2-He felt her turmoil through their bond and ached to ease her pain.

3-The answer to his turmoil was clear: his revenge wasn't worth her life.
Q: Please show me example sentences with turmoil.
A: "She was overcome with inner turmoil. She couldn't make a decision, and all of the options were bad."
"he was dealing with such agonizing turmoil. There was no way he could live with himself after what he'd done."
Q: Please show me example sentences with turmoil.
A: The refugees were desperate to move to a place where there would be no turmoil.

My mother went through a lot of turmoil after my father died.

The company was facing financial turmoil, so they had to shut it down.

Synonyms of "Turmoil" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between turmoil and tumult ?
A: Turmoil is a state of disorder or uncertainty and tumult is a state of confusion or agitation. Both can be used mostly interchangeably.

The nation was in a state of turmoil after the divisive election.
A brick was thrown through the window, causing tumult and panic in the shop.
Q: What is the difference between turmoil and turbulence ?
A: Turmoil is when something or someone is in a state of confusion, disturbance, or uncertainty. For example:
Ever since his wife left him, he has been in a state of turmoil.

Turbulence, on the other hand, is usually used to describe unsteady or violent movement of air or water. Piolets use this term to describe air that is difficult to fly through. For example:
The turbulence caused the plane to shake from side to side.
Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between turmoil and disturbance ?
A: turmoil: when someone or something is in a bad state / has been bothered greatly.

"because of the president, the country was in turmoil"

disturbance: when something has been disturbed/bothered. or when someone or something is being annoying.

"the lack of money caused a disturbance in the community"
"my little sister is a disturbance when I want to study"
Q: What is the difference between turmoil and commotion and riot ?
A: Turmoil is used when talking about something "going through" a disturbance or disorder.
(The U.S. is in turmoil from the lack of funds.)
Commotion is a disturbance being caused.
(The commotion from seeing Justin Bieber caused traffic.)
A riot is a large violent protest, often causing great damage.
(The school was burned down because of the riot.)
Q: What is the difference between turmoil and commotion ?
A: They both mean a state of disturbance and confusion, but turmoil also emphasizes uncertainty, while commotion emphasizes noise.
Ex. The country was in turmoil after the government was overthrown. People were uncertain what was going to happen tho them.
She was distracted by a commotion across the street; a group of people were yelling into megaphones.

Other questions about "Turmoil"

Q: "So much of our inner turmoil is the result of conducting a life we don’t inherently desire, only because we have accepted an inner narrative of “normal” and “ideal” without ever realizing." 101 Essays That Will Change The Way You Think, Brianna Wiest

I need a translation of the "narrative of". I checked some dictionaries and I haven't found any other meanings accept of "a story or a description of a series of events". And I can't understand how it connects. I think that in this sentence it means the different thing
A: The key here is the phrase "inner narrative." Your inner narrative is the story you tell yourself about the world and how it works, and how you perceive reality.

If you've ever read/seen Harry Potter, the Dursley's have a strong inner narrative of "We are normal people and we do not like strange things. All things abnormal are bad." That's what they tell themselves and how they view the world.

So this passage is saying that we as humans are unhappy because we live our life according to these ideas of "ideal" and "normal" that we've adopted into our internal narratives, into our understanding of the world, without realizing it.
Q: The severe turmoil finally ended up yesterday. Every commodities in the mall were sold out early before its reproduction in the factory. Currently,all of the citizens have to look after their properties well whether they are the rich or not and save their money for preparing possibility of reaching out worst conditions as well. Does this sound natural?
A: That sounds very good keep up the good work
Q: Please show me how to pronounce turmoil.
A: Here’s how I’d pronounce this word
Q: Unlike that turmoil, this time settled down quickly. Does this sound natural?
A: ↑やっぱりやっぱり❈Pantanga❈さんは正しい〜

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