Synonyms and Antonyms of uproars
- the house is always in a jubilant uproar during the holidays
ados, alarums and excursions, ballyhoos, blathers, bluster, bobberies, bothers, bustles, clatters, clutters [chiefly dialect], coils, commotions, corroborees [Australian], disturbances, dos (or do's) [chiefly dialect], foofaraws, fun, furors, furores, fusses, helter-skelters, hoo-has (also hoo-hahs), hooplas, hubble-bubbles, hubbubs, hullabaloos, hurlies, hurly-burlies, hurricanes, hurry-scurries (or hurry-skurries), kerfuffles [chiefly British], moils, pandemoniums, pothers, rows, ruckuses, ructions, rumpuses, shindys (or shindies), splores [Scottish], squalls, stews, stirs, storms, to-dos, tumults, turmoils, welters, whirls, williwaws, zoos
- the uproar following the corrupt election nearly toppled the government
bluster, bobberies, bustles, coils, commotions, furors, furores, fusses, hubbubs, hullabaloos, hurly-burlies, pandemoniums, routs, rows, ruckuses, ructions, rumpuses, shindys (or shindies), squalls, stews, stirs, to-dos, turmoils, welters, williwaws
- an uproar arose from the crowd when it was announced that the concert was cancelled and refunds might not be available
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