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Noun
A loud, deep sound uttered by a person, crowd or animal
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“At the same time, Roland delivered a glancing blow with his sword that caused a roar from the dragon.”
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A very loud, deep, prolonged sound, typically made by something inanimate
“The roar from the storm beating on the deck above him was both continuous and loud, but he could hear no undertones of creaking or cracking that might indicate an impending catastrophe.”
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A loud and typically discordant noise or sound
“His concentration would be interrupted by the occasional drunken roar from the tavern.”
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A shout of encouragement, praise, or joy
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“Again, a loud roar erupted from the crowd as the attention now turned to the two remaining chariots.”
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A loud outburst of laughter
“And yet that pitiable joke, merely because it reminded us of our present playthings, was greeted with a roar of laughter.”
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Very funny joke
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The act of growling or scowling with anger or irritation
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The act of incriminating someone
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The action or sound of laughing
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A direct assault by troops on a fortified place
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Speaking or singing
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Whoosh or rustle
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A sudden occurrence of something unwelcome, such as war or disease
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Verb
To make a loud, deep vocal cry
“The students roar with approval at the announcement of an impromptu public holiday.”
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To make a loud, deep, resonant sound
“There is gunfire not far away, and fighter planes sometimes roar overhead.”
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To react angrily or in a hostile manner with a deep guttural sound
“Maybe the little thing sensed my smile and immediately let out a low growl, then it continued to roar at me in anger.”
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To laugh loudly and boisterously
“The audience could not help but to roar with laughter at his ridiculous antics.”
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To move quickly and noisily through or past an area
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“They have a faithful hound, Bruno, who barks at the trains, which roar past the house every hour of the day.”
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To cry out suddenly, from some strong emotion
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To talk in a loud, angry and aggressive way
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To make or cause to make a continuous rattling sound
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To expand and contract rhythmically
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To blow in gusts
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To express verbally
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