Has all the Twilight hubbub—the cultural obsession around it—given people an inaccurate sense of who you are as an actor?
The hubbub is particularly disturbing because of this big un-secret that has not been much mentioned in this discussion.
In the MacArthur hubbub, this general would only say: “I am going to maintain silence in every language known to man.”
But as these athletes make such revelations, critics (and some supporters) say the hubbub is overblown.
The Rudy-Rupert relationship is in fact as close as we come in America to understanding the hubbub now consuming the U.K.
He had been awakened early by a hubbub of voices and laughter in the adjoining room.
The commotion and hubbub that now took place baffle all description.
At the first morning meal a hubbub took place among mothers with babes.
On getting up this morning the people were found all in a hubbub.
They were the dancing girls from Gades, who, as they left Polyanthus' ship, passed unnoticed in the hubbub of the leave-taking.
1550s, whobub "confused noise," generally believed to be of Irish origin, perhaps from Gaelic ub!, expression of aversion or contempt, or Old Irish battle cry abu, from buide "victory."