THE thunder roared
, the cat took fright And dashed off somewhere into the night The thunder roared
again then we awaited more The dog went and hid behind the kitchen door Then the thunder roared
with all its might The budgie sadly died of fright I peered through the window to take a look When all of a sudden the whole house shook I trembled when I heard that terrifying sound And parts of the roof fell to the ground The thunder roared
throughout the sky Then suddenly it was gone in the blink of an eye ALAN WATERHOUSE Seaton Delaval
SNP MP Angus MacNeil tried to live up to Alex Salmond's assertion after the election that the Scottish lion had roared
1 : to make a long loud sound <The engine roared
U2's ``Beautiful Day'' played on the loudspeakers while the 11,434 assembled at the Metrodome roared
, at least as loud as a small crowd can roar.
The audience wept and roared
and stamped their feet, and I was frightened by the intensity of my own feelings, completely joyful and, most of all, flee.
One day you saw me driving on the beltway and roared
close, passing me in your Corvette, mouth open, laughing at me, ignoring me.