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Definition of "commotions" [commotions]

  • Plural form of commotion. (noun)

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Use "commotions" in a sentence
  • "Wars, and what the gospel writer Luke called "commotions," including acts of terror and protracted riots in more places, fill headlines-bringing more suffering and death."
  • "He clearly prophesied that Napoleon’s kingdom would be "thrown into confusion", that his "empire shall pass" from his hands, and that his people would experience great "commotions"."
  • "Decency is one of those quiet, respectable virtues that make life more pleasant by adding no commotions."