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Adjective
Very loud or having a high volume
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“The tune starts with Manzanera's roaring guitars, fiercely distorted and vigorously announcing the main riff.”
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Burning fiercely and noisily
“Tis the season to be sipping hot chocolate in front of a roaring fire.”
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Having a period of great prosperity or rapid economic growth
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“Sublett was just another old-timer among the countless migrants to come west during the roaring years of the great gold fever.”
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Large or great in extent, degree or level
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“Within only a short period, their 'Post-it' stickers had become a roaring success.”
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Characterized by windy or stormy conditions
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Able to be heard
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Very successful, especially in terms of sales
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(of a person) Being strong and healthy
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Significant or extreme in degree or intensity
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Adverb
To a very large or great degree
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“We all thought it was a roaring good joke.”
Noun
A loud, deep resounding noise
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A loud and typically discordant noise or sound
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A loud, confused or violent noise
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A loud howl or cry, especially from a canine
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The action or sound of laughing
Verb
Present participle for to make a loud, deep vocal cry
“The students roar with approval at the announcement of an impromptu public holiday.”
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Present participle for to make a loud, deep, resonant sound
“There is gunfire not far away, and fighter planes sometimes roar overhead.”
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Present participle for 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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Present participle for to laugh loudly and boisterously
“The audience could not help but to roar with laughter at his ridiculous antics.”
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Present participle for to move quickly and noisily through or past an area
“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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