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Borrowing from French brouhaha, but disputed as to where from before that. Possibly from Hebrew בָּרוּךְ הַבָּא (barúkh habá, “welcome”, literally “blessed is he who comes”).
French of imitative origin
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
At the time, the sign displayed by Mr. Hammond created a brouhaha, with a group of 40 people gathering around him.
The latest brouhaha has subsided without undermining that party's upper echelons but that would surely change if further damaging revelations were to emerge.
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 ' .
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