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create an uproar

To create a noisy or chaotic situation; to make a scene. The judge had to bang her gavel to quiet the gallery after a spectator created an uproar by yelling obscenities.
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create an uproar

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to cause an outburst or sensation. The dog got into church and made an uproar. Her poodle created an uproar in the restaurant.
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Khan then looked towards the Chair and made some remarks, which created an uproar in the house with BJP members demanding an apology.
They are also said to be keen on justifying the huge losses which created an uproar and contributed to suspension of top officials at KPC, including then managing director Joe Sang."There is a strong disagreement on the results of the audit since we have had figures of losses floated before and some have even been paid out.
"Your behaviour has badly damaged the reputation of the party and created an uproar in the journalist community.
The remarks created an uproar in the House but prudent Speaker managed to restore order to enable vocal Chohan to continue bashing of previous rulers.
West Indies' fast bowlers had already created an uproar by bowling with extreme pace and energy in this World Cup and terrorized the batsmen with a barrage of short balls aiming at north of 90 miles at regular basis, reports BSS.But Bangladesh looked confident to deal with them when they take on the Caribbean side on June 17 at Taunton.
Singh who is contesting from Begusarai seat against Left party candidate Kanhaiya Kumar created an uproar in political circles with his remark that the Muslims would have to say "Vande Matram" (English translation: Mother, I bow to thee) if they want to stay here.
Duterte and his children Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio and former Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte, has created an uproar especially among the opposition and other sectors critical of the President.
As PML-N lawmaker Muhammad Waris Shad entered the House, PTI's lawmakers created an uproar over comments he passed in earlier proceedings.
Ali's arrest and her subsequent four-month prison term in Adiala jail had created an uproar. Her name was linked to high-profile politicians and it was alleged that she was a conduit for their money laundering operations .
The board's actions created an uproar on the university campus and from donors and state lawmakers, who worried that the regents had overstepped their bounds.
The murder of Delos Santos in August 2017 created an uproar among critics of the war on illegal drugs being waged by the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.
The Airports Security Force (ASF) decision to penalised a female staff member after a video of her lip-synching on a song went viral has created an uproar on social networking platforms.
When Janet Reno, the attorney general who oversaw its construction under President Bill Clinton at the time, announced the system was incapable of erasing any records, it created an uproar. It stretched credulity.
That created an uproar and pressure mounted on him to recant.
But the university sentenced him to just three months suspension, which created an uproar on campus.