Had one been expecting a kerfuffle, one would have been most disappointed.
My July 13 post, “New Ice Age ‘Imminent,’ Says Government Official,” caused quite the kerfuffle.
The kerfuffle began with a £200 bet, followed by several smaller bets in quick succession.
That's the goofiest part about the kerfuffle: It's not a theoretical discussion.
Despite the new policies, there was already a kerfuffle over invitations to two of the White House press parties last week.
The Academy's honorary Oscar for anti-Semitic French director Jean-Luc Godard is more than a kerfuffle—it's an outrage.
The most interesting thing about Rice has been the kerfuffle over her move to become secretary of state.
There's nothing an Old Etonian abhors more than a kerfuffle, or any major effortfulness.
Disorder; confusion: Don Imus has thrown the capital into a kerfuffle
[1813+; fr Scots dialect; often spelled curfuffle]