roar[ rawr, rohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF roar
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROAR
This was responded to by a roar of satisfaction from the crowd below.
The sound in her ear had grown to a roar, as of many mill-wheels.
Not from the street, for all beside was still; even the roar of London was hushed!
Rain fell in torrents; the crashing thunder was like the roar of artillery.
The Book is full of the tingle and even the roar of the life out of which it was born.
I am sick in my soul of narrow apartments and wheels and the rush and roar of the city.
At this moment a roar of astonishment came up to them from down the slope.
The sound grew louder, and became like the roar of a high wind.
He slept well, excepting when he was awakened by the roar of a bear or some other wild animal.
The pier is all but on the bowsprit, and you think you are there—roll, roar, wash!