Examples of hubbub in a Sentence
All the hubbub in the airport made it hard to hear the flight announcements.
the hubbub surrounding the film star
We went to the country to escape the hubbub of the city.
What's all the hubbub about?
Recent Examples of hubbub from the Web
Image On Saturday mornings, the hills of Hastings-on-Hudson are alive with the hubbub of locals chatting at the Hastings Farmers Market, now celebrating its 20th anniversary season.
But how did Trump respond to the interview and all the hubbub surrounding it?
Scott and Sofia are used to a certain amount of press, but all the hubbub would irk me.
Down a flight of stairs, away from the cars, the riverwalk was designed as a refuge from the hubbub, a civilizing force in the urban push and jangle.
Last Friday — the day before the final farewell — Jody sat on a stool at the Black Rooster’s bar and soaked up that sweetest of sounds: the hubbub of a pub.
Noodle Art: Envisioned as a Japanese ramen house, it’s set away from the hubbub of Monroe Market’s main room and offers sit-down service for diners to slurp away at 38-ounce bowls of noodles.
The affluent suburbs of northern Virginia, which boast a comfortable distance from the hubbub of Washington, D.C., also include some of nation’s healthiest places.
The hubbub around Conroy is all the more contentious in Catholic circles because Ryan is a Catholic conservative.
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HUBBUB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hubbub for English Language Learners
: a loud mixture of sound or voices
: a situation in which there is much noise, confusion, excitement, and activity
HUBBUB Defined for Kids
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