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Origin of brouhaha
Examples from the Web for brouhaha
Then came the book tour, and the brouhaha following that NPR interview.
According to the blog, she soon “backtracked” on her comments, deleting the Facebook thread, and calling the brouhaha “childish.”An Absurd Push for Separation of Religion and State in Canada|Mira Sucharov|November 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As Eleanor Clift recently lamented, the brouhaha in Congress over food stamps is not just about budgets.Supreme Court on Gay Marriage, Voting Rights, and More|Lloyd Green|June 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Abraham Foxman, the national director of Anti-Defamation League, reacting to the Bieber brouhaha, said as much.
Sino-Japanese frictions would be on the uptick about now even without the Diaoyu brouhaha.
It was then I realized the Chief was still sitting in his chair, where he had been when the brouhaha started.Arm of the Law|Harry Harrison
From afar the rumors of revelry, the brouhaha of a mad population, saluted his deaf ears, the distant music of lutes and viols.Dreamers of the Ghetto|I. Zangwill
Word Origin for brouhaha
1890, from French brouhaha (1550s), said by Gamillscheg to have been, in medieval theater, "the cry of the devil disguised as clergy." Perhaps from Hebrew barukh habba' "blessed be the one who comes," used on public occasions (cf. Psalm 118).