the event caused quite a stir
She didn't wake or stir when her parents entered the room.
The finds created a stir of interest in the isolated fishing community.
Sharp, rocky, and bumpy, there is a cave that is always half-filled with water, more so during high tide, and the current is always right that we do not stir when we sleep.
Quite why this should cause such a stir I don't know.
This time, however, his emotions created a stir in him.
pour in the cream and stir well
Give it a quick stir , turn the heat down and leave to simmer, uncovered for 10 minutes.
Temptation Island caused a stir when Sky One first announced it had bought the rights, but although it has done well for the channel it has attracted very little tabloid attention since.
A new political party in New Zealand is hoping to cause a big stir at next year's election.