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Plural for a loud and impassioned noise or disturbance
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“There was an uproar in the audience while everyone tried to scream louder than the person next to him or her.”
Plural for a public expression of protest or outrage
“The city that pioneered free public libraries is facing an uproar over plans to close one of its reading rooms.”
Plural for a breakdown of peaceful and law-abiding public behavior, typically in protest
“The protest of the moderate treintistas, however, was drowned out by the uproar in the streets of Barcelona.”
Plural for a state of frenzied or excited emotion or activity
“In London, he accompanied the King and Queen to the balcony of Buckingham Palace amid a delirious uproar from the crowd.”
Plural for a state of tumultuous unrest or agitation
“A report spread that the empress had been assassinated, and in the uproar that ensued, many lives were lost.”
Plural for a sudden burst of intense anger
“News of the meeting caused a vocal uproar from a community on edge.”
Plural for a hostile expression of differing opinions
“Then the uproar among the body erupted. Bickering and yelling erupted and a deacon slapped another member in the face.”
Plural for a hostile and physical fight or brawl
“This of course led to a violent uproar between the passengers and the guards.”
Plural for a loud, deep resounding noise
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