He sat down amidroars of applause and universal approval.
I wake up, and the cannon roars louder than ever.
She did, indeed, hear the roars of laughter.
I did not fear their roars as long as they were at a distance.
Yet luckily roars i' the right.
The people gesticulated and waved their arms with roars of indignation.
The wind roars over the ocean and makes the waves bigger than the ships.
The mountains are dark overhead, the water roars in the gloom below.
The surf roars over the shoals loud enough to drown the report of a cannon.
Better bend to the storm, man; sing low while it roars past.
Henry Burns dived beneath the bedclothes and smothered his roars of laughter.
They could hear Dick's roars as they neared the adobe.
He roars at her, 'Go, leave me this moment!
And I hear it thunder, yet the thunder never roars in winter.
This man," roars the abbot, pointing at Khorre, "thinks that he is an atheist.
Definition of Roars
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of roar | plural of roar
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