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Synonyms for roar

Synonyms for roar

to speak or say very loudly or with a shout

to express great amusement or mirth

to make an earsplitting explosive noise

a loud, deep, prolonged sound

an earsplitting, explosive noise

Synonyms for roar

a deep prolonged loud noise

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a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal)

the sound made by a lion

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make a loud noise, as of wind, water, or vehicles

utter words loudly and forcefully

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act or proceed in a riotous, turbulent, or disorderly way

make a loud noise, as of animal

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laugh unrestrainedly and heartily

References in classic literature ?
Keep your hands to your- self," the saloon keeper had roared, dancing, with fury in the schoolhouse yard.
I begged, and told him I was only Huck; but he laughed SUCH a screechy laugh, and roared and cussed, and kept on chasing me up.
A furious blast roared through the trees, making every- thing sing as it went.
The wind roared round the house, and the rain beat against the windows; but Elinor, all happiness within, regarded it not.
it writhed and groaned; while wind roared in the laurel walk, and came sweeping over us.
A high wind blustered round the house, and roared in the chimney: it sounded wild and stormy, yet it was not cold, and we were all together - I, a little removed from the hearth, busy at my knitting, and Joseph reading his Bible near the table
She ran only to make herself warm, and she hated the wind which rushed at her face and roared and held her back as if it were some giant she could not see.
She snatched up an empty plate from the table, to represent a sheet of music, held it before her in the established concert-room position, and produced an imitation of the unfortunate singer's grimaces and courtesyings, so accur a tely and quaintly true to the original, that her father roared with laughter; and even the footman (who came in at that moment with the post-bag) rushed out of the room again, and committed the indecorum of echoing his master audibly on the other side of the door.
If the good Saint Dunstan had but nipped the Evil Spirit's nose with a touch of such weather as that, instead of using his familiar weapons, then indeed he would have roared to lusty purpose.
Here I was suddenly melted, and roared out, 'No, you haven't, Mrs.
so I went out on the landing and roared that name as I had done on the previous occasion.
Yes, many have heard the names: when the Impis roared them out as they charged in battle, I have felt the mountains shake and seen the waters quiver in their sound.