kick up a row

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kick up a row

To be very vocal in one's displeasure about something; to make a scene. My mom kicked up a row when the store refused to accept her return without a receipt. At most big box stores, if you kick up a row about a product that didn't meet your expectations, you'll almost definitely get a refund.
See also: kick, row, up