I never heard but one worse roarer in my life, and that was a roan: it belonged to Pegwell, the corn-factor; he used to drive him in his gig seven years ago, and he wanted me to take him, but I said,
the horse was a penny trumpet to that roarer of yours.
Whilst staying in the town I heard an account from several of the inhabitants, of a hill in the neighbourhood which they called "El Bramador," -- the roarer
Governed by a Spleen: Roarers
and Other Angry Boys in Early Modern Drama.
The popular landlord also organised trips from his pub for Town away matches and the regular band of supporters were given the name, 'The Red Lion Roarers
This innovation which articulates Aboriginal power with white objects of power, speed and travel, has a poetic resonance in the very shape of the propeller boards and the thrumming sound they make like the sacred objects called "bull- roarers