Brouhaha (pronounced: /ˈbru hɑ hɑ / ) is a noun and means a noisy and overexcited response or reaction to something. It can be verbal or physical and can vary from two people in a noisy slanging match to mobs rampaging through city centres. It can also refer to the artificial pseudo-excitement generated by the media over something as monumentally boring as an election.
When Sue caught Malcolm stealing her sweets there was a right brouhaha
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Any type of beer, preferably Natural Light.
1. Brian Sigal asked me to throw him a brouhaha, so I socked him straight in the face.
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A loud and/or confusing noise.
a. Wtf was that brouhaha?

b. Quit this brouhaha.
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A high degree of activity caused by some controversy in a group of people. Can refer to social, political or physical activity related to the controversy.

A brouhaha is larger than a kerfuffle.
They got into a fight at the pub arguing over that last goal. It turned into a real brouhaha.

The issue is causing quite a brouhaha on Parliament hill.
by Love February 11, 2005
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A scuffle, characterized by pushing, shoving, and/or fighting. A word commonly used by Sportsnet anchor Don Taylor, when this occurs in a hockey game that he is covering.
"...and brouhaha ensues! A reminder to all you young sportscasters out there, when you get a chance to use the word brouhaha, you take it!"-Don Taylor

"Holy shit, check out that brouhaha, they're really goin' at it!"-Random Guy
by brouhaha April 19, 2009
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Uproar, hubbub, general noise and confusion.
Aged butler: What's all this brouhaha?
Nick Danger: Brouhaha? Hahaha.
Aged butler: Hahahaha...
Nick Danger: HAHAHAHAHAHA...
Nick Danger: Wait... wait a minute!

from the album "How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All" by The Firesign Theater
by tomte May 20, 2004
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