cynnwrf, gynnwrf, chynnwrf, cythrwfl, cyffro, gyffro, nghynnwrf, cymhelri, nghymhelri, nghyffro, gymhelri, fwstwr, drybestod, drabluddiau, drabludd, chythrwfl, chymhelri, chyffro, thrybestod, thrabluddiau, thrabludd, trybestod, trabluddiau, gythrwfl, nhrybestod, nhrabluddiau, nhrabludd, mwstwr, nghythrwfl, trabludd
Noun(1) a disorderly outburst or tumult(2) the act of making a noisy disturbance(3) confused movement
(1) ├ö├ç├┐We heard a commotion on the beach so we got up and ran to see what was going on,├ö├ç├û he said.(2) damage caused by civil commotion(3) Aaron held him down though, preventing any commotion that would endanger our lives as well as the captains.(4) A passing cab driver, who heard the commotion and spotted the fire coming from the flat, called police.(5) In the commotion the victim was punched in the face by both attackers and left bruised, but didn't need hospital treatment.(6) What began as a small commotion is quickly growing into a full-blown riot.(7) On the morning of this tragedy, a neighbour and close friend heard all the commotion and ran across the road to see if Ruth was OK.(8) In an interview held within hours of the incident Richardson told officers how there was a loud commotion and banging on his door.(9) Alerted by the commotion the burglar was disturbed and chased by pub regulars but he got away.(10) Police said one of his neighbours heard the commotion and chased the suspect towards the nearby pub where he lost sight of him.(11) she was distracted by a commotion across the street(12) First, before he gets started, there's a commotion in the middle of the audience.(13) If the other orphans see that they'll cause a commotion and stir up so much trouble.(14) The city was quiet, in the lull between the commotion and bustle of the day and the casual activity of night.(15) The winter that was to provide respite from the summer's commotion only proved to be worse.(16) Being out with Maggie caused quite a sensation, quite a commotion .
(1) civil commotion :: cynnwrf sifil
1. disturbance ::
2. hoo-hah ::
3. whirl ::
4. tumult ::
Different Formscommotion, commotions
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