A condition of noisy excitement and confusion; tumult: "The uproar of the street sounded violently and hideously cacophonous” ( Virginia Woolf). See Synonyms at noise.(noun)
A heated controversy.(noun)
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Use "uproar" in a sentence
"However a lot of this uproar is about the Mayor grandstanding, making an example of some dumb celebrity, while gangs and organized crime [and plenty of them] freely roam NYC with illegal handguns."
"I cannot for the life of me understand what all the uproar is about."
"Look at the uproar from the Police auth in the Met over officer (gulp) carrying guns on duty in public!"