Definition of brouhaha in English:

brouhaha

Line breaks: brou|haha
Pronunciation: /ˈbruːhɑːhɑː
 
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noun

  • A noisy and overexcited reaction or response to something: the brouhaha over those infamous commercials [mass noun]: all that election brouhaha
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    • At first I thought Steve had conjured up the entire brouhaha to drum up publicity, but no.
    • Amid all the election brouhaha over here, it's easy to miss Jennifer Lopez's bid for power stateside.
    • Speaking of storms, what a brouhaha at work today.

Origin

late 19th century: from French, probably imitative.

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