roar


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01. We could hear the [roar] of the waterfall long before we saw it.
02. The lion [roared] to warn the hyenas to keep away.
03. The car [roared] around the track at speeds of over 120 miles per hour.
04. The [roar] of traffic outside our hotel window kept us from sleeping during our first night in New York City.
05. The flames of the forest fire [roared] in the ears of the firefighters.
06. The children in the audience [roared] with laughter when the clowns began to dance.
07. It only took us a few minutes to build a [roaring] fire to warm us up after our day of hiking in the rain.
08. There is a Saudi Arabian proverb which states that the whisper of a pretty girl can be heard further than the [roar] of a lion.
09. An adult lion's [roar] can be heard up to 5 miles away, and serves to warn off intruders or reunite scattered members of the pride.
10. Unlike most other large cats, snow leopards cannot [roar].
11. The [roaring] surf of Ghana's coasts can make landing by ship very risky.
12. Male ostriches sound much like a lion when they [roar].
13. Leopards communicate by [roaring], and by scent.
14. The [roaring] of leopards serves to define their territories or signal that they are alarmed.
15. Donald Olson described Trafalgar Square as a [roaringly] busy traffic interchange surrounded by historic buildings.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

Synonyms:
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