rumpus[ ruhm-puh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF rumpus
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUMPUS
But the odds are against us, and there's no reason why you should be in the rumpus, Georgianna.
"Elizabeth and her mother has had some sort of a rumpus," declared Esther.
She happened to be out, strolling in the garden, and heard the rumpus.
For heaven's sake, Mr. Carmody, remember where we are and don't raise any rumpus.
Tex was with him when we had the rumpus with the Kiowas on the Canadian.
They found out we were seeing each other secretly, and they made a rumpus about it.
And we must be ready to fight, for that man will raise a rumpus.
Mr. Pike got into the rumpus and put him to sleep with one on the jaw.
You've no idea, Ridgeway, the rumpus a gun raises in a box like this.
Rumpus is just a mix-up, a row, anything that makes a noise, calls in the police.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR RUMPUS
- big scene
- big stink
- hell broke loose
- mob rule
- reign of terror