noun brou·ha·ha \ˈbrü-ˌhä-ˌhä, ˌbrü-ˌhä-ˈhä, brü-ˈhä-ˌhä\

: great excitement or concern about something

Full Definition of BROUHAHA

:  hubbub, uproar

Examples of BROUHAHA

  1. A brouhaha erupted over her statements about the president.
  2. There's been a lot of brouhaha about her statements.

Origin of BROUHAHA

First Known Use: 1890


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