The commotion brought in the innkeeper.Meanwhile two other maggots in the meat also heard the noise and poked their heads out for a look
All of a sudden the hooter blared through the factory, and there was a commotion in the workshop
The DIN and commotion of a great crowd.
FOR half an hour there was a commotion downstairs, and shoutings, and rushing footsteps, and then there was quiet again
He was not the kind of man to be turned from his business by any commotion of the elements.
Suddenly, there WAS a great commotion next door.
A commotion arose in the aisle behind them among police guards and latecomers
Quilp himself, with his hands in his pockets, smiled in an exquisite enjoyment of the commotion he occasioned.
boisterous,jovial commotion or excitement.
When required by the buyer, the seller shall provide at the buyer's expense war, strikes, riots and civil commotion risk insurances if procurable.