Hebrew - uproar, made an uproar, make an uproar, making such an uproar
Great tumult; violent disturbance and noise; bustle and clamor.
The Jews who believed not - set all the city in an uproar. Act. 17.
Horror thus prevail'd, and wild uproar.
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