rhuo, ruo, rua, rua’, ruasant, brocha’, brochem, brochaf, brochai, brochais, brochaist, brochan, brochant, brochasai, brochasant, brochasech, frocha, brochasent, brochasid, brochasit, brochasoch, brochasom, brochaswn, brochech, broched, brocher, brochoch, frochem, broches, brochest, brochet, brochi, brochid, brochiff, brochir, brochith, brochen, brochasem, brochodd, brochom, brochon, brochont, brochwch, brochwn, brochwyd, brochwyf, brochych, frochasech, frochasem, frocha’, frochaf, frochai, frochais, frochaist, frochan, frochant, frochasai, frochasant, frochwyf, frochych, frochasent, frochasid, frochasit, frochasoch, frochasom, frochaswn, frochech, froched, frochith, frochent, frocher, froches, frochest, frochet, frochi, frochid, frochiff, frochir, frocho, frochen, frochoch, frochodd, frochom, frochon, frochont, frochwch, frochwn, frochwyd, ruasit, ruai, ruais, ruaist, ruan, ruant, ruasai, ruasech, ruasem, ruent, ruasid, ruaf, ruasoch, ruasom, ruaswn, ruech, rued, ruem, ruen, rhuith, rhuen, ruoch, ruer, ruwyf, rues, ruest, ruet, rui, ruid, ruiff, ruir, ruith, rhuent, ruodd, ruom, ruon, ruont, ruwch, ruwn, ruwyd, rhua, ruasent, rhuasem, rhua’, rhuaf, rhuai, rhuais, rhuaist, rhuan, rhuant, rhuasai, rhuasant, ruych, rhuych, rhuasent, rhuasid, rhuasit, rhuasoch, rhuasom, rhuaswn, rhuech, rhued, brocho, rhuodd, rhuer, rhues, rhuest, rhuet, rhui, rhuid, rhuiff, rhuir, rhuem, rhuoch, brochent, rhuom, rhuon, rhuont, rhuwch, rhuwn, rhuwyd, rhuwyf, brocha, rhuasechrhuo, brochi, bugunad, mrochiru, rhu, rhuad, thwrw, dwrf, dwrw, nhwrf, nhwrw, ruad, ruadau, rhuadau, twrf, twrw, thwrf
Noun(1) a deep prolonged loud noise(2) a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal(3) the sound made by a lion
Verb(1) make a loud noise, as of wind, water, or vehicles(2) utter words loudly and forcefully(3) emit long loud cries(4) act or proceed in a riotous, turbulent, or disorderly way(5) make a loud noise, as of animal(6) laugh unrestrainedly and heartily
(1) The school shook under the mighty roar of the thunder.(2) Will spluttered before letting loose a roar of laughter.(3) While I was away from my seat, I heard a loud roar from the crowd.(4) The architects looked to glazing to combat the roar of 74,000 vehicles daily.(5) he gave a roar of rage(6) her remarks brought a roar of laughter from the old man(7) The terrifying sound of the lion's roar made his heart beat with fright.(8) As you feel the plane angle back as it approaches the deck you hear the engine roar while the pilot basically floors it.(9) Instantly I felt the plugs on my head warm up and the ship's engines suddenly roar to life.(10) The students roar with approval, and, even though the principal expels her and crosses her name off the ballot, her fellow students vote for her anyway.(11) The critic reported that this disclaimer brought a roar of laughter from the audience with which she watched the film.(12) In a close-up, one of the beasts lets out a mighty roar , and we see a baby sleeping peacefully inside its mouth.(13) I miss live performance, the smell of the bean sprouts, the roar of the crowd.(14) Coastline defences include a nearby air base and military jets still roar overhead.(15) the roar of the sea(16) Here was this man who enjoyed putting someone on to the point of tears, and then be so nice and so good and so giving that everyone would just roar with laughter over a good joke.
(1) to roar :: rhuo
1. shout ::
2. boom ::
3. guffaw ::
4. holler ::
5. thunder ::
6. bellow ::
7. boom ::
8. guffaw ::
9. speed ::
10. howl ::
11. thunder ::
Different Formsroar, roared, roarer, roarers, roaring, roars
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