disturbance

Part of speech: noun

Disturber.

Part of speech: noun

The act of disturbing; a public tumult; mental confusion.

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Usage examples "disturbance":

  1. " I regret the disturbance"- and he walked to the door. - "The Greater Inclination", Edith Wharton.
  2. " You can hardly blame a man for making some disturbance who plows a three acre field in one night," grinned Cateye. - "Over the Line", Harold M. Sherman.
  3. Oh, leave us at least our hands free; we will go without disturbance. - "The Regent's Daughter", Alexandre Dumas (Pere).