Until then, Barack Obama will no longer have Luis Gutiérrez and his allies inside the tent raising a ruckus.
It was consensual, that is, to all but her boyfriend and his wife, who eventually compared notes and created a ruckus.
Bratton and his companions followed to make sure the two did not cause a ruckus on the platform.
To hear ruckus soliloquize is to be a fly on the wall in a country club locker room.
Hearing the ruckus, people came running from all over the building.
"I jist stepped into the kitchen while her light rolls fer supper was raisin' and got a ruckus fer it," was his mild answer.
Say, Squint, your brain wasnt injured in that ruckus, was it?
He figured to start a ruckus, and then git me in the mix-up.
"There seems to be some kind of a ruckus," Mr. Appel remarked as he stood up and leaned out the window.
I suppose you'd feel happier if you weren't locked up in your cabin during the ruckus?
A disturbance; uproar; brawl; rumpus
[1890+; perhaps fr ruction plus rumpus]