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commotion
used in The Great Gatsby

2 uses
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Definition
a disturbance — typically noisy
  • There were the same people, or at least the same sort of people, the same profusion of champagne, the same many-colored, many-keyed commotion, but I felt an unpleasantness in the air, a pervading harshness that hadn't been there before.
    p. 104.2
  • I'll see if there's any sign of a commotion.
    p. 144.7

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