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ruckus

noun

Definition of RUCKUS

1
a rough and often noisy fight usually involving several people <the ruckus left one person with a sprained wrist>
Synonyms affray [chiefly British], broil, donnybrook, fracas, fray, free-for-all, melee (also mêlée), rough-and-tumble, row, ruckus, ruction
2
a state of noisy, confused activity <quit creating such a ruckus—I'm trying to sleep!>
Near Antonyms calm, hush, peace, quiet, quietude, rest, stillness, tranquillity (or tranquility); order, orderliness

March 27, 2015
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Tranquilly at rest or causing no trouble
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