The publication of the incident caused an uproar within the religious-Zionist community and garnered a wide range of responses.
Outside Rabaa, however, the presence of so many children at the sit-in has caused an uproar.
The uproar over Ferguson's off-the-cuff quip sent me back to reread it.
1520s, used by Tindale and later Coverdale as a loan-translation of German Aufruhr or Dutch oproer "tumult, riot," literally "a stirring up," in German and Dutch bibles (cf. Acts xxi:38), "outbreak of disorder, revolt, commotion," from German auf (Middle Dutch op) "up" + ruhr (Middle Dutch roer) "a stirring, motion," related to Old English hreran "to move, stir, shake" (see rare (adj.2)). Meaning "noisy shouting" is first recorded 1540s, probably by mistaken association with unrelated roar.