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
The film’s distributor, Cineflix Rights, is hoping the royal wedding hubbub will make the movie a larger success outside of Britain.
But that hubbub may have worked in Roseanne’s favor.
But remember the hubbub that a few seconds of Clinton stumbling into a vehicle at a 9/11 event caused during the last election?
Expect more politically pointed speeches than usual amid the glitz and hubbub.
Civil War general Joe Hooker is back in the news Thursday now that a hubbub has been stirred up after a state representative suggested that an entrance to the State House should not be named after the Hadley native.
Not even a week after the hubbub that was Kate Middleton's fingers, the insanity surrounding coverage of the royal family continues.
The hubbub over location tracking is just the latest obstacle the company has faced since seeing its subscriber base balloon from 20,000 to two million after dramatically dropping prices.
The hubbub over the suits began midway through the 2014 Games.
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Origin and Etymology of hubbub
First Known Use: 1555See Words from the same year
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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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