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  • The rage of the wolves was terrible to see, and the commotion they made filled all the forest.
  • Bert and Bill stopped fighting immediately, and "a sack, Tom, quick!" they said, before Balin, who was wondering where in all this commotion Bilbo was, knew what was happening, a sack was over his head, and he was down.
  • After that there was a deal of commotion in the spider-colony, and they forgot the dwarves for a bit, I can tell you.
  • So though he could not see the people in the trees, he could make out the commotion among the wolves and see the tiny flashes of fire, and hear the howling and yelping come up faint from far beneath him.
  • Very soon there was a fine commotion in the village by the riverside; but Bilbo escaped into the woods carrying a loaf and a leather bottle of wine and a pie that did not belong to him.
  • Very great indeed was the commotion among all things with wings that dwelt on the borders of the Desolation of the Dragon.
  • There was a great commotion, and people of all sorts, respectable and unrespectable, were thick round the door, and many were going in and out-not even wiping their feet on the mat, as Bilbo noticed with annoyance.

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  • looked up to see what caused the commotion
  • Her entrance created quite a commotion.

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