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
Garp & Fuss feels a little set apart from the hubbub of Park Avenue’s restaurant scene.
Ultimately the hubbub around the question just proves that there are some classics of American cuisine that may have regional or even familial differences, but remain mainstays that can bring us all together.
Mex Perú Gipsy, a cozy lunch counter hidden among the hubbub of downtown’s Fashion District, is definitely in the latter camp.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George may have stayed inside out of the hubbub of the Royal Air Force centenary celebrations in London on Tuesday, but Princess Charlotte still managed to steal the show.
There was a lot of hubbub surrounding this two-game set with the Reds because the Tigers could have reached the .500 mark on the season.
One exception, however, got lost during the E3 hubbub: a blink-and-you'll-miss-it confirmation of a first in the booming world of game streaming.
Whatever the activity, just keep the numbers relatively small — the goal is to create a more intimate, relaxed setting, one where people can unwind a little bit from all the hubbub.
But a lot of the hubbub is tailored around social events, like beach parties and fancy dinners at nearby hotels.
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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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