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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishruckusruck‧us /ˈrʌkəs/ noun [singular]  especially American English informalLOUD/NOISY a noisy argument or confused situation syn rumpus
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ruckusAbdul-Rauf never meant to cause a ruckus.They recorded and toured together, raising a ruckus as well as awareness about violence toward women.Not since fall have I heard such a ruckus.Thus, the whole Armory Park ruckus should never have happened in 1996.Passersby, the text says, were annoyed by the ruckus and thought a drinking spree was under way.He woke up when he heard the ruckus outside his front door.
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