|Sl. and Its Analogues.|
|Picture Palace 55: Papa loved music [...] he had a season ticket to the opera, though he called it ‘the uproar.’.|
SE in slang uses
to get excited, to become emotionally overwrought.
|Stockade 181: Why the hell is he getting his ass in an uproar about it?|
|I Like ’Em Tough (1958) 57: Don’t get it in an uproar, buster.‘Now Die In It’ in|
|Journal 10 Dec. at Vikkiklyne.com [Internet] Do not get your ass in an uproar cuz you THINK I think this, or you THINK I think that.|
to become excited or agitated.
|Thieves Like Us (1999) 3: The Colonel’s bowels are gettin’ in an uproar now.|
|What Makes Sammy Run? (1992) 12: If he matters that little, why in hell are you getting your bowels in an uproar?|
|Big Heat 104: Do-gooders, busybodies, their pants in an uproar about slums.|
|(con. 1940s) Do Not Go Gentle (1962) 256: Wages, stop gettin’ your bowels in an uproar.|
|Rat on Fire (1982) 27: You come jumpin’ in now with your bowels in an uproar, the case is blown.|
|Gardens of Stone (1985) 281: Don’t get your balls in an uproar.|
|Gary in Your Pocket 56: Thomas was hollering across the room at the heavy-set man: ‘Look, don’t get your bowels in an uproar, old man.’.|
|Homeless in Vegas 80: Hey, don’t get your bowels in an uproar. I’m just explaining the deals around here.|