Etymology
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ruction (n.)

"disturbance, disorderly dispute," 1825, a dialectal or colloquial word of unknown origin. Perhaps from eruption or an altered shortening of insurrection.

updated on October 16, 2021

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Definitions of ruction from WordNet

ruction (n.)
the act of making a noisy disturbance;
Synonyms: commotion / din / ruckus / rumpus / tumult
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