|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (n.) An interruption of a state of peace or quiet; derangement of the regular course of things; disquiet; disorder; as, a disturbance of religious exercises; a disturbance of the galvanic current.
2. (n.) Confusion of the mind; agitation of the feelings; perplexity; uneasiness.
3. (n.) Violent agitation in the body politic; public commotion; tumult.
4. (n.) The hindering or disquieting of a person in the lawful and peaceable enjoyment of his right; the interruption of a right; as, the disturbance of a franchise, of common, of ways, and the like.
Disturbance (7 Occurrences)
Matthew 27:24 So when Pilate saw that nothing was being gained, but rather that a disturbance was starting, he took water, and washed his hands before the multitude, saying, "I am innocent of the blood of this righteous person. You see to it." (WEB)
Acts 12:18 And when it was day there was no small disturbance among the soldiers, what then was become of Peter. (DBY NAS)
Acts 16:20 Then they brought them before the praetors. "These men," they said, "are creating a great disturbance in our city. (WEY)
Acts 19:23 And there took place at that time no small disturbance about the way. (DBY NAS NIV)
Acts 24:18 amid which certain Jews from Asia found me purified in the temple, not with a mob, nor with turmoil. (See NIV)
Nehemiah 4:8 and they conspired all of them together to come and fight against Jerusalem, and to cause confusion therein. (See NAS)
Proverbs 15:6 In the house of a righteous man is much treasure; but in the revenue of a wicked man is disturbance. (DBY)