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commotion
used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

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Definition
a disturbance — typically noisy
  • The commotion was dying down.
    p. 175.7
  • Sticky flew from Mr. Benedict's study toward a reunion so joyous and tearful and, eventually, so full of happy laughter, that soon the dining room was crowded with all Sticky's friends, and with Milligan and Rhonda and Number Two, and even a few unfamiliar officials drawn by the commotion.
    p. 482.3

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