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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

A rhyming pair of words with no known origin.

AdverbEdit

helter-skelter ‎(comparative more helter-skelter, superlative most helter-skelter)

  1. In confused, disorderly haste

AdjectiveEdit

helter-skelter ‎(comparative more helter-skelter, superlative most helter-skelter)

  1. Carelessly hurried and confused

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NounEdit

helter-skelter ‎(countable and uncountable, plural helter-skelters)

  1. confusion or turmoil
  2. (Britain) A helical fairground slide
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