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
ECLIPSED: Being in full football coach mode, Fickell was only vaguely aware of the hullabaloo surrounding Monday afternoon's solar eclipse.
PARIS (AP) — A hullabaloo over the new French president’s desire to formalize the role of France’s first lady is a reminder that being married to a world leader isn’t for timid types.
PARIS — A hullabaloo over the new French president’s desire to formalize the role of France’s first lady is a reminder that being married to a world leader isn’t for timid types.
The reason for this is simple: NFL coaches didn’t think Tebow was good enough to justify the hype and hullabaloo that came with having him on the roster.
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Since there was massive amounts of hullabaloo surrounding Beast Mode coming out of retirement and getting traded from the Seahawks to Oakland in late April, this news registers as the opposite of a shocker.
Amid all this hullabaloo, one group is never mentioned.
And why oh why must we be subjected to an endless hullabaloo over Pippa Middleton’s wedding?
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Origin and Etymology of hullabaloo
First Known Use: 1762See Words from the same year
Synonymsado, alarums and excursions, ballyhoo, blather, bluster, bobbery, bother, bustle, clatter, clutter [chiefly dialect], coil, corroboree [Australian], disturbance, do [chiefly dialect], foofaraw, fun, furor, furore, fuss, helter-skelter, hoo-ha (also hoo-hah), hoopla, hubble-bubble, hubbub, commotion, hurly, hurly-burly, hurricane, hurry, hurry-scurry (or hurry-skurry), kerfuffle [chiefly British], moil, pandemonium, pother, row, ruckus, ruction, rumpus, shindy, splore [Scottish], squall, stew, stir, storm, to-do, tumult, turmoil, uproar, welter, whirl, williwaw, zoo
Related Wordscacophony, clamor, din, howl, hue and cry, noise, outcry, racket, roar; disorder, unrest, upheaval; eruption, flare-up, flurry, flutter, outbreak, outburst; brawl, fracas, fray, hassle, melee (also mêlée), scuffle; dither, fever, fret, lather, tizzy
Near Antonymscalm, hush, peace, quiet, quietude, rest, stillness, tranquillity (or tranquility); order, orderliness
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