commotion[ kuh-moh-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF commotion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMOTION
The commotion of pursuit and investigation was sweeping past her tent.
Behind her she heard the commotion of many men descending the companionway.
He had fastened it down, when a loud noise and commotion was heard in the street.
Nevertheless, what a commotion it would all cause in the parliamentary duck-pond.
Upstairs Dan's attention had been attracted by the commotion in front of the inn.
But almost as quickly as it had arisen, the commotion died away.
You may easily guess what a commotion Paris was in all that morning.
Coupeau's accident had created quite a commotion in the family.
However, I did not feel impatient; the commotion had been too strong.
For a few moments there had been a noise as of an aviary in commotion in the adjoining room.