uproar

Part of speech: adjective

Uproarious.

Part of speech: noun

Violent disturbance and noise; tumult.

Part of speech: adverb

Uproarly.

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Usage examples "uproar":

  1. A soldier was sent to fetch him, and then arose a tremendous uproar. - "Southern Arabia", Theodore Bent Mabel Bent.
  2. At this there was a great uproar. - "The Brother of Daphne", Dornford Yates.
  3. In the morning an old gentleman, who slept in a room above them, complained to the landlord of the uproar which had broken his night's rest, and expressed his astonishment that such men should have taken more than was good for them. - "Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland", Joseph Tatlow.