A condition of intense public interest or excitement
The money brouhaha upset several family members on the show.
At the time, the sign displayed by Mr. Hammond created a brouhaha, with a group of 40 people gathering around him.
As a sequel to the recent brouhaha with the fading five-pound note, it seems that the euro is suffering from a similar allergy.
He remembered the big brouhaha about putting them in, years ago now. What? Jumper suddenly said.
Bite-sized brouhaha as was responsible to electric kool-aid acid focus on alcoholics ' .