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The number of tickets are split evenly for both teams and the roars alternate from one side of the stadium to the other.
Then you hear the roar of its engines, and you realize that under other circumstances, you’d count yourself fortunate to be still alive.
No roar pierces people’s ears to confirm the moment a quantum computer performs a specially designed calculation so fast it leaves a traditional computer hopelessly in the dust.
So there will be no roars of fans when a player sinks a long birdie putt, and the course will look strangely empty.
You had to get up to someone’s ear and yell at them to get any information past that roar.
But the car roared away, the driver so desperate to escape that he veered into oncoming traffic.
When his success was finally projected for the crowd—a 58 to 40 win—the crowd roared, popcorn spilling onto the floor.
As F-16s roared from one end of the horizon to the other, they dipped to bomb a grassland strip.
Intrepid university students perched on the ceiling girders and roared out a football cheer: Cheer!
Despite committing 13 penalties, the Iroquois roared back from a late 8-3 deficit to notch it at 8-8 before giving up a late goal.
"I'll bet yo 'un a hoss I ken put a ball through that Yank's heart at fifty paces," he roared.
The twain immediately started, and roared in unison with their host most tremendously!
French pulled them again, upon which they roared the more, still retaining their places.
It roared down the valley at a great rate and passed them on the other side of the woods, thundering along toward the city.
The hardened devils of Anzacs, who had taken cover betwixt the shell-proofs built of piles of stores, roared with laughter.
On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to roared, such as: crash, thunder, rebound, explode, rumble, and shout.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.