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Last month, for example, there was a public brouhaha over the dismissal of a freelance editor, which worsened when the paper issued a statement on the matter.
NEW YORK TIMES BAILS ON INTENT-NEUTRAL STANDARD WHEN DISCUSSING EPITHETSERIK WEMPLEFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Given the brouhaha after the 2016 election, we knew we had to thoughtfully approach how we delivered the forecast.
HOW WE DESIGNED THE LOOK OF OUR 2020 FORECASTANNA WIEDERKEHR (ANNA.WIEDERKEHR@ABC.COM)AUGUST 13, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
You know, like a mask but smaller and without all the political brouhaha.
FIVE WAYS THE NOVEMBER ELECTION COULD BE ODDER THAN EVERRANDY DOTINGAJULY 13, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
It was then I realized the Chief was still sitting in his chair, where he had been when the brouhaha started.
ARM OF THE LAWHARRY HARRISON
From afar the rumors of revelry, the brouhaha of a mad population, saluted his deaf ears, the distant music of lutes and viols.
DREAMERS OF THE GHETTOI. ZANGWILL
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WORDS RELATED TO BROUHAHA

  • agitation
  • banging
  • brouhaha
  • confusion
  • dither
  • fluster
  • flutter
  • fuss
  • lather
  • panic
  • pother
  • state
  • stew
  • sweat
  • tizzy
  • to-do
  • tumult
  • turbulence
  • turmoil
  • twitter
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