The sun will set in less than an hour and a hubbub will emerge from the ghost-town houses and farms.
Has all the Twilight hubbub—the cultural obsession around it—given people an inaccurate sense of who you are as an actor?
Eventually, the hubbub subsided, and most everyone went back to ignoring Augusta.
The hubbub is particularly disturbing because of this big un-secret that has not been much mentioned in this discussion.
But as these athletes make such revelations, critics (and some supporters) say the hubbub is overblown.
He had been awakened early by a hubbub of voices and laughter in the adjoining room.
All this hubbub excited the attention of Boxtel, who was just taking his meal by his fireside.
At the first morning meal a hubbub took place among mothers with babes.
People turned to see what was the matter, and again did the hubbub increase.
They were the dancing girls from Gades, who, as they left Polyanthus' ship, passed unnoticed in the hubbub of the leave-taking.
1550s, whobub "confused noise," generally believed to be of Irish origin, perhaps from Gaelic ub!, expression of aversion or contempt, or Old Irish battle cry abu, from buide "victory."