commotion (n.)
insurrection, rebellion, sedition
2H4 II.iv.358[Prince Henry to Poins] When tempest of commotion ... doth begin to melt / And drop upon our bare unarmed heads
2H6 III.i.29[Queen to King, of Gloucester and the commons] when he please to make commotion, / 'Tis to be feared they all will follow him
2H6 III.i.358[York alone] I have seduced ... John Cade of Ashford, / To make commotion
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