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English Idioms Up In Arms
Up In Arms - very angry protests; a group of people that are very angry and are protesting
- People were up in arms about increasing taxes.
- The teachers are up in arms, because they want to cut the teachers salary.
- The people that live in my building are up in arms, because they are us to move.
- The nurses are up in arms, because there are not enough nurses in the hospitals.
- Students are up in arms, because they are raising the cost of university.
- The city is up in arms, because there not enough water.