wild uproar

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I gazed down at their nametags, an awkward moment, really, but the wild uproar of finally recognizing each other compensated for the uncomfortable pause.
The second episode was even more spectacular in its alleged content, causing a steady, wild uproar among the cheerleaders of the government supporters nested in the media.
With a late and brutal push, they overtook them both and clinched the race to a wild uproar at the racecourse in New Al Rayyan.