kick up a fuss

kick up a fuss or kick up a row or raise a row also kick up a dust  {v. phr.},  {informal}
To make trouble; make a disturbance.
When the teacher gave the class five more hours of homework, the class kicked up a fuss.
When the teacher left the room, two boys kicked up a row.
Categories: informal trouble verb

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