Examples of hullabaloo in a Sentence
The announcement caused quite a hullabaloo.
The announcement caused a lot of hullabaloo.
There was a hullabaloo over his controversial statements.
There was a lot of hullabaloo over his controversial statements.
Recent Examples of hullabaloo from the Web
In reality, though, there is no shushing the hype and hullabaloo created by Woods.
In this particular match, the directors Ianthe Demos and Nick Flint present Kevin Armento and Bryony Lavery’s exploration of the 1973 Battle of the Sexes hullabaloo between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs and also all of human history.
Media hullabaloo necessarily surrounded the Vienna Philharmonic’s two-week Americas tour with Dudamel, which began at Carnegie Hall in New York and winds up in Buenos Aires on Saturday.
But all of this hullabaloo is fitting, and the surrounding spectacle seems to be exactly what Walker intended.
After all the hullabaloo, the universe was cold and dark for quite some time, full of radiation and clouds of hydrogen gas.
At a certain point the hullabaloo began to die down and then ceased.
Plus, with all of the airport and streetcar hullabaloo in 2017, be prepared to make your voice heard.
Lost in all the hullabaloo is the fact that Kendrick, who grew up in a working-class Chicago neighborhood with his mother and sister, barely has a relationship with his distant, eccentric father.
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HULLABALOO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hullabaloo for English Language Learners
: a very noisy and confused situation
: a situation in which many people are upset and angry about something
HULLABALOO Defined for Kids
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