The fracas began when one author boasted to the fashion blog Racked about Isabella's family members attending her book party.
However exactly the timeline unfolded, the fracas is emblematic of the White House's lack of political savvy.
Hart then segued into the Kristen Stewart fracas, joining Jodie Foster in the “get over it, people” camp.
Bennett is part of the rightwing bloc, which is not, as a whole, weakened by the fracas.
Jonathan Franzen is in a fracas over his comments deploring our literary culture, Amazon, and social media.
After this fracas was over we began to look about us to see whether any of us showed marks of the strife.
That was one advantage in a fracas held in an area where there were plenty of facilities.
Asleep in his room, he had neither seen the fracas nor heard the playing.
I'll bet this town is full of fracas buffs from as far as Philly.
It was of the height of the fracas, and the bad Indians were regularly lined up for battle.
1727, from French fracas (15c.), from Italian fracasso "uproar, crash," back-formation from fracassare "to smash, crash, break in pieces," from fra-, a shortening of Latin infra "below" + Italian cassare "to break," from Latin quassare "to shake" (see quash).