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ruc·tion

noun \ˈrək-shən\

Definition of RUCTION

1
:  a noisy fight

Examples of RUCTION

  1. <the ruction ended with everyone involved getting arrested>
  2. <the ruction outside the door prompted me to investigate what was going on>

Origin of RUCTION

perhaps by shortening & alteration from insurrection
First Known Use: circa 1825

Rhymes with RUCTION

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