fracas

[ frey-kuh s; British frak-ah ]SEE DEFINITION OF fracas

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRACAS

The motley passengers were all sound asleep; no one had been disturbed by the fracas.

Were they safe on board, or were they captured or killed in the fracas?

I fell asleep and dreamed that I was in the fracas at the end of the mole.

They came, and each identified Arthur as the third party in the fracas.

As a matter of fact, there was the finest sort of a fracas afoot.

They had been watching the fracas, and understood it as little as we did.

But there were other consequences of that fracas as well, and I must get back to those.

That was one advantage in a fracas held in an area where there were plenty of facilities.

With any man who goes into a fracas with me, I like to be on close terms.

I'll bet this town is full of fracas buffs from as far as Philly.

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