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fracas (s) (noun), fracases (pl)
1. A loud, disorderly disturbance or fight; a riotous brawl; an uproar: After a few hours, Dan's friends started a fracas as a result of too much drinking at his birthday party.
2. Etymology: from French fracas, from Italian fracasso, "uproar, crash"; from fracassare, "to smash, to crash, to break in pieces"; from fra of Latin infra, "below" + Italian cassare, "to break"; from Latin quassare, "to shake".
An uproar or noisy and disorderly quarrel.
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A brawl or uproar.
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This entry is located in the following units: cuss- (page 1) frag-, frang-, fract-, fring- (page 2)
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A noisy fight or an uproar involving a riotous brawl. (2)