uproar in Oekraïens
A few months after Tibby left the palace, the royal kitchen was in a sudden uproar.
The boy wanted to ask after the elf, but he couldn't make himself heard because the cows were in full uproar.
Then the uproar began again; there was a roaring and howling, and the other half fell down as well.
A strong smell of acids penetrated the atmosphere, making respiration very difficult, and filling his eyes with smarting tears. On the other hand, the uproar no longer disturbed him, it did not exist for him.
And the thunder broke forth at his shout. Everything appeared to be trembling, but the two visitors were by this time so accustomed to the din that the present uproar seemed but a secondary affair.
An uproar greeted the frights of Besuguito, who continued unabashed his meaningless, repetitious chatter, which was adorned with all manner of notions and involutions. Manuel rested an arm upon the table, and with his cheek upon it, he fell asleep.
Many would still fall in the last throes of the battle that was going on behind them, agitating the horizon with its incessant uproar. Everywhere red pantaloons were sticking up out of the stubble,
"Well, I am running a rig," I thought, while my bells chimed in with the doctor's, the wind whistled, the coachmen shouted; and while this frantic uproar was going on, I recalled all the details of that strange wild day, unique in my life, and it seemed to me that I really had gone out of my mind or become a different man.
All was in an uproar as drivers, servants, and guard talked at once.
And what had the fellow to make an uproar about?...
a state of commotion and noise and confusion: to-do, disturbance, tumultuousness, tumult, commotion, garboil, disruption, kerfuffle, combustion, hoo-ha, hoo-hah, hurly burly, flutter
loud confused noise from many sources: hubbub, noise, brouhaha, katzenjammer