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King James Dictionary

Commotion

COMMOTION, n.

1. Agitation; as the commotion of the sea.
2. Tumult of people; disturbance; disorder, which may amount at times to sedition or insurrection; as the commotions of a state.

When ye hear of wars and commotions, be not terrified. Luke 21.

3. Agitation; perturbation; disorder of mind; heat; excitement.

He could not debate without commotion.


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