As the youth left the scene behind him, he heard the guns suddenly roar out.
I roared as loud as I could, and the nag came galloping towards me,whereupon she quitted her grasp, with the utmost reluctancy, andleaped upon the opposite bank, where she stood gazing and howlingall the time I was putting on my clothes.
the Seagull roared loudly, greeting Red Whale in a deep, gruff voice.
Prepossessed with this thought, he roared out aloud, rent his clothes, threw dust upon his head, and called the neighbourhood to his assistance.
24:025:030 Therefore prophesy thou against them all these words, and say unto them, The LORD shall roar from on high, and utter his voice from his holy habitation; he shall mightily roar upon his habitation; he shall give a shout, as they that tread the grapes, against all the inhabitants of the earth.
"No, I can't; not to any infernal black scoundrel," roared the other savagely.
The room was close, the candle burnt dimly, the wind was roaring outside, he heard a mouse scratching in the corner and the room smelt of mice and of leather.
And their assembled friends, being not a bit behindhand, roared out lustily.
Instantly the picket roared back, “We’ve got Major-Generals enough up here.
THE MALE BRUTES: (Exhaling sulphur of rut and dung and ramping in their loosebox, faintly roaring, their drugged heads swaying to and fro.)
They weren't even swearing at each other, just roaring endlessly from the pit of the throat.
The idea was not that of a Christian, I knew; but without doubt, that eternal enemy of our souls, that lion roaring constantly around us, breathed it into my mind.
This we could tell from the way they quivered whenever the baying came near to them, not as horses tremble with the pleasureable excitement of the hunt, but in an extremity of terror, as I have often seen them do when a prowling tiger roars close to their camp.