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With the ongoing hullabaloo about former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn skipping out of Japan to avoid facing criminal charges, it’s easy to forget that this company churns out very impressive and reliable vehicles.
She would miss the car and raise a hullabaloo, and maybe crab the whole thing in the start.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
But Captain Mayo, pacing under the damp gleam of the riding-light, paid but little heed to the hullabaloo.
I couldn't understand him, for he spoke his own language, but guessed what was up when I heerd the hullabaloo his words raised.
I was camping down below in the woods and each evening heard a hullabaloo, and when awake in the night I heard it.
This hullabaloo about no taxation without representation fills the ears of the ignorant.
RODNEY, THE RANGERJOHN V. LANE
Within a few minutes commenced and continued the hullabaloo of hounds.
UNEXPLORED SPAINABEL CHAPMAN
In London the thing would have constituted a public scandal; in New York there would have been a newspaper hullabaloo over it.
That cat had been asleep on the sofy, and the noise and hullabaloo had stirred him up till he was as crazy as the rest of 'em.
THE DEPOT MASTERJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
So between his yells and the heathen's jabber and grunts the hullabaloo was worse than a cat in a hen yard.
THE DEPOT MASTERJOSEPH C. LINCOLN

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION