One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the headmistress found the class in uproar’
turmoil, disorder, confusion, chaos, commotion, disturbance, tumult, turbulence, mayhem, pandemonium, havoc, bedlam, all hell broken loose
noise, din, clamour, hubbub, racket, row, clangour
babble, shouting, yelling, babel
West Indian bangarang
informal hullabaloo, rumpus
2‘there was an uproar when he was dismissed’
outcry, furore, outrage, howl of protest, protest, protestation, complaint, objection
clamour, fuss, commotion, hue and cry, row, ruckus, brouhaha
opposition, dissent, vociferation, indignation
informal hullabaloo, rumpus, ballyhoo, stink, ruction
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