commotion / kəˈmoʊ ʃən /


commotion 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. violent or tumultuous motion; agitation; noisy disturbance: What's all the commotion in the hallway?
  2. political or social disturbance or upheaval; sedition; insurrection.

commotion 近义词

n. 名词 noun

clamor, uproar


  1. A friend’s Facebook Live broadcast of the commotion shows a gaggle of guests behind her as Hunter shouts, “Let me go!”
  2. There should be a lot of commotion, but hopefully it goes smooth.
  3. Inside the building, poll workers were doing their best to tune out the commotion.
  4. He wasn’t sure whether he’d hit the coyote, or even what the commotion was about.
  5. Yesterday morning, as I was wrapping up the newsletter, I got a bit distracted by some commotion on the street.
  6. Apparently she had heard the commotion and made her way down from the third floor of the four-story townhouse.
  7. And you go on this boat because of all the hype and the commotion around it, and the boat is sinking.
  8. A commotion has erupted in one of the dressing rooms, sparing me more reminiscences from Tyrone.
  9. Someone from the nearby Choir Geek table hears the commotion, looks up, and sees me sitting at the most popular table at school.
  10. As I was turning carelessly away, a slight commotion in the group of curious loiterers around the gates attracted my attention.
  11. At this moment an extraordinary commotion began among the watches.
  12. The embryo can be located by the commotion which its active motion produces among the corpuscles.
  13. Then such a din and commotion you never heard nor saw, even on the glorious Fourth of July.
  14. Incessant bugle-calls from the natives added to the commotion, and thousands of Chinese crowded into the Chinese Consulate.
  15. Indeed, the arrival of the American volunteers under these distressing circumstances produced a fresh commotion in Yloilo.