Synonyms for ruckus

Grammar : Noun
Spell : ruhk-uh s
Phonetic Transcription : ˈrʌk əs

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Définition of ruckus

Origin :
  • 1890, possibly a blend of ruction and rumpus.
  • noun disturbance
Example sentences :
  • Say, Squint, your brain wasnt injured in that ruckus, was it?
  • Extract from : « The Ranchman » by Charles Alden Seltzer
  • Now, I hadn't been down that way for about six months, but I had heard of that ruckus.
  • Extract from : « Partners of Chance » by Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • He figured to start a ruckus, and then git me in the mix-up.
  • Extract from : « Partners of Chance » by Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • "There seems to be some kind of a ruckus," Mr. Appel remarked as he stood up and leaned out the window.
  • Extract from : « The Dude Wrangler » by Caroline Lockhart
  • There was the deuce of a ruckus over there for maybe two minutes, and then back they came—carrying something.
  • Extract from : « A Yankee in the Trenches » by R. Derby Holmes
  • Old Philmarron isn't all there, in my opinion, but he's dead game and loves any kind of a ruckus.
  • Extract from : « Lion Loose » by James H. Schmitz
  • "I jist stepped into the kitchen while her light rolls fer supper was raisin' and got a ruckus fer it," was his mild answer.
  • Extract from : « The Heart's Kingdom » by Maria Thompson Daviess
  • Mebbe sometime I meets up wid a army whut starts a ruckus wid me.
  • Extract from : « Lady Luck » by Hugh Wiley
  • I suppose you'd feel happier if you weren't locked up in your cabin during the ruckus?
  • Extract from : « Legacy » by James H Schmitz
  • He returned to the smoking room and dragged the Mud Turtle out of the room wherein the ruckus had been staged.
  • Extract from : « Lady Luck » by Hugh Wiley

Antonyms for ruckus

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