Definition of 'ruction'
Example sentences containing 'ruction'
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It will cause ructions if we get together but would it be so wrong? The Sun (2016)That name is about to become much better known and will cause ructions in British commerce. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Labour's stance has caused huge ructions inside the party. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's caused a few ructions in the house. The Sun (2014)Body hair makes headlines, causes ructions. Times, Sunday Times (2011)That does not sound a big deal, but the resulting financial ructions would be felt globally. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Business leaders need to get over their anger, lest the coming economic ructions turn into something much worse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And quite a few ructions it's caused, too. The Sun (2015)If there is a dollar crisis, he says, it will make the recent ructions in the eurozone look like a tea party. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was regional and on a much smaller scale than today's global financial ructions, but there are parallels in causes and available remedies. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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