roar

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈrɔːr/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/rɔr/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(rôr, rōr)

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roar

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [lion's, tiger's, beast's, bear's] roar
  2. the roar of a [lion]
  3. a roar of [anger, delight, joy, rage]
  4. a roar of [laughter, approval] (from)
  5. [brought, caused] a roar of [laughter]
  6. [erupted, broke] into a roar of [laughter]
  7. a roar from the [crowd, fans, stadium, stands]
  8. the roar of the [fighter plane, race car, engine]
  9. let out a [mighty, loud, giant, scary, menacing] roar
  10. [the lion, the crowd, thunder] roared
  11. roar [violently, deafeningly, thunderously]
  12. roar with [laughter, pride, delight]
  13. roar in [triumph, anger, pain]
  14. roar like [a lion, a tiger, thunder]
  15. the [cars, bikes, motorcycles] roared past
  16. the [cars] roared off
  17. she roared off (angrily)
  18. she roared at him
  19. roar at the top of your lungs
  20. roar your [disapproval, approval, objections]
  21. roar yourself [hoarse, dry, mute]
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