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How to use uproarious in a sentence

The laughter broke out at short intervals, and by and by became uproarious and constant.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 17, NO. 101, MARCH, 1866VARIOUS
Duncan was a perfect champion; his strength and activity were marvellous, and his mirth uproarious.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
Singing, dancing, uproarious with gladness, the troop crossed the village and passed by the hut of Fergan.
THE PILGRIM'S SHELL OR FERGAN THE QUARRYMANEUGNE SUE
Gradually it grew louder and more uproarious: there was evidently some unusual source of festivity.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 67, NUMBER 414, APRIL, 1850VARIOUS
When the door opened a few minutes later, they were all talking and laughing at once in a decidedly uproarious fashion.
THE STORY OF THE BIG FRONT DOORMARY FINLEY LEONARD
As soon as they heard this, they began to congratulate him in a somewhat uproarious fashion.
SOLOMON MAIMON: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.SOLOMON MAIMON
In another tent the master and purser, with the midshipmen, were engaged in amusing themselves in a more uproarious fashion.
THE MISSING SHIPW. H. G. KINGSTON
At first our laughter was half-hearted, tinged with fear, but as we became convinced of his impotence we waxed uproarious.
BEFORE ADAMJACK LONDON
And when the drunken fellow became uproarious they hustled him off to bed.
PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF PARDEE BUTLERPARDEE BUTLER
Mr. Marsh stood aghast for a moment, staring at the young lady, and then went off into a fit of uproarious laughter.
A CHANGED HEARTMAY AGNES FLEMING
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WORDS RELATED TO UPROARIOUS

  • big
  • blatant
  • blustering
  • boisterous
  • booming
  • cacophonous
  • clamorous
  • crashing
  • deafening
  • deep
  • ear-piercing
  • ear-splitting
  • emphatic
  • forte
  • full
  • full-mouthed
  • heavy
  • high-sounding
  • intense
  • loud-voiced
  • lusty
  • obstreperous
  • pealing
  • piercing
  • powerful
  • rambunctious
  • raucous
  • resonant
  • resounding
  • ringing
  • roaring
  • rowdy
  • sonorous
  • stentorian
  • strident
  • strong
  • thundering
  • tumultuous
  • turbulent
  • turned up
  • uproarious
  • vehement
  • vociferous
  • wakes the dead
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