noun, plural hul·la·ba·loos.
- hull girder,
- hull house,
- hull, bobby,
- hull, cordell,
- hull, william,
Origin of hullabaloo
Examples from the Web for hullabaloo
Yet for all the hullabaloo about outside groups, the race may simply come down to old-fashioned retail politics.
All the hullabaloo confused the neophyte rockers, who had only been a band for two years and were searching for their own voice.Cold War Kids on Faith, Hipster Detractors & Their Musical Evolution|Marlow Stern|April 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Chris Christie is taking all the hullabaloo about his body fat in stride.
One has to wonder how all this hullabaloo will affect the kids in the long run.
Find a relatively peaceful place where the child can retreat if the noise and hullabaloo get to be too much.Autistic Holidays: How to Make It Easier for Everyone|Priscilla Gilman|December 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And if there is a God, and we can meet Him only by dying, then why in the name of common sense all this hullabaloo about death?Carmen Ariza|Charles Francis Stocking
Behind him rose uproar, tumult and hullabaloo, a mass of struggling men at cross purposes.Bransford of Rainbow Range|Eugene Manlove Rhodes
Remember how they raised such a hullabaloo when they were sent to the workhouse?The Thunders of Silence|Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
That cat had been asleep on the sofy, and the noise and hullabaloo had stirred him up till he was as crazy as the rest of 'em.The Depot Master|Joseph C. Lincoln
I couldn't understand him, for he spoke his own language, but guessed what was up when I heerd the hullabaloo his words raised.My Danish Sweetheart, Volume 3 of 3|William Clark Russell
noun plural -loos
Word Origin for hullabaloo
1762, hollo-ballo "uproar," chiefly in northern England and Scottish, perhaps a rhyming reduplication of hollo (see hello).