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Synonyms for roaring

Synonyms for roaring

marked by extremely high volume and intensity of sound

improving, growing, or succeeding steadily

Synonyms for roaring

a deep prolonged loud noise

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

very lively and profitable

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However, the employment at Roaring Spring Mill and at Appvion's thermal paper coating plant in West Carrollton, Ohio, will be unaffected by the plan.
Roaring Forte wins at York in August 2009 before parting ways with Johnny Murtagh after the line.
Lisa Dillon as Moll Cutpurse with Joe Bannister as Sebastian, in The Roaring Girl at The Swan Theatre, RSC
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In 1900, Roaring Dan surfaced in Escanaba, Michigan, where he married 22-year-old Zilda Bisner--another disastrous union.
They came up with 10 to 430 hertz, or cycles per second, which is consistent with known roaring frequencies of 40 to 200 hertz in lions and 83 to 246 hertz in tigers, Riede says.
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And now here comes Roaring Lion, a company that is trying to offer bars and restaurants better value.
The Roaring Twenties were still roaring, and financiers were speculating as to what might be the maximum height of a building in order to ensure the greatest return on their investments.
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But I'll be the one roaring in Scotland next summer.