roared half a dozen fat men at my faceshusness, and they laffed and shook their sides, ontil I thought they'd colaps a floo and spatter me.
roared a hundred voices.
While yet the eagle preys, and growls the bear; While roars the lion; while the crow defies The lamb who raised our race above the skies; While yet the dove laments to the deaf air; While, mixed with goodly wheat, darnel and tare Within the field of human nature rise;-- Let that ungodly sect, profanely wise, That scorns our hope, feed, fatten, and beware!
To-night, perchance, we shall see his eyes roll as he roars out the chorus of "D'ye ken John Peel?"
The philosopher has discoursed to a few, and in the dialect of the few, in Academic shades; sanctity has hidden itself away, lost in the joy of its secret contemplations; the great world has rolled by, unhearing, unheeding,--like London roaring with cataract thunder around St. Paul's, while within the choral service is performed to an audience of one.
"'Tis bilin'," she muttered, as she peered up and down the yellow, foam-speckled torrent that roared defiance at us; "but, good Land!
Roars not the rushing wind; the sons of men And every beast in mute oblivion lie; All nature's hushed in silence and in sleep: O then how fearful is it to reflect That through the still globe's awful solitude No being wakes but me!
Within me cornfields rustle, Niagaras roar their way, Vast thunderstorms and rainbows Are in my thought to-day.
Up, in both hands, our vat of ivy-wood He raised, and drank the dark grape's burning blood, Strong and untempered, till the fire was red Within him; then put myrtle round his head And roared some noisy song.
Above the bedlam Watkins roared out an order.
roared the officer who discovered the headgear wrapped in a sweater in my rucksack.
Here among the rocks the sea boiled and roared its loudest, churning its waters into masses of white froth.
roared the lieutenant, furiously.
He gied me a battle, I'll admit, but he had nae chance frae the first----" And then we both collapsed and began to roar wi' laughter.
Trumpets blared shrill, hoarse voices roared commands that passed unheeded in the growing din and tumult that swelled to a wild clamour of frenzied shouting: "Fly!
The bull with tossing head roared forth a challenge to the knight, As Zulema turned, and with a bound rushed to the desperate fight.
The two newcomers looked at each other as if trying to grasp the immensity of the proposition; then they pulled off their hats, and giving a shout threw them into the air while both roared the affirmative word: "Ay!"
I grant you, friends, if you should fright the ladies out of their wits, they would have no more discretion but to hang us; but I will aggravate my voice so, that I will roar you as gently as any sucking dove; I will roar you an 'twere any nightingale.
Far below us, at the bottom of the chasm, roared an invisible torrent.
roared the squire; "here are three of us, and where's my half?"
A wild Irishman, named F., one evening beginning to say something at a large supper, Matthews roared 'Silence!'
roared the schoolmaster, bringing down the ruler with a loud bang. "
Where round the Orcades white torrents roar, 430 Scooping with ceaseless rage the incumbent shore, Wide o'er the deep a dusky cavern bends Its marble arms, and high in air impends; Basaltic piers the ponderous roof sustain, And steep their massy sandals in the main; 435 Round the dim walls, and through the whispering ailes Hoarse breathes the wind, the glittering water boils.
roared Pillichody, in a voice of thunder, and pushing back his chair till it was stopped by the wall. "
THE DAY OF JUDGMENT When the fierce north-wind with his airy forces, Bears up the Baltic to a foaming fury; And the red lightning with a storm of hail comes Rushing amain down; How the poor sailors stand amazed and tremble, While the hoarse thunder, like a bloody trumpet, Roars a loud onset to the gaping waters, Quick to devour them.
Schmitt roared out a Dutch oath, and before I knew fully what had happened, his gun, sent whirling above me, had crashed into the uplifted torch.
roared a boatswain’s mate to a crowd of top-men, who had elevated themselves to gain a better view of the scene.
roared Leith. "
roared Ken, and without an instant's hesitation flung himself upon the officer.
roars out Harry. "
Beneath, like huge voices speaking a single word all at once, roared the old guns from the Tower and Greenwich and the palaces.
when the sleety showers her path assail, 270 And like a torrent roars the headstrong gale; No more her breath can thaw their fingers cold, Their frozen arms her neck no more can fold; Weak roof a cowering form two babes to shield, And faint the fire a dying heart can yield!
She tauld thee weel thou was a skellum, A blethering, blustering, drunken blellum, That frae November till October Ae market-day thou was nae sober; That ilka melder wi' the miller Thou sat as lang as thou had siller; That ev'ry naig was ca'd a shoe on The smith and thee gat roaring fou on; That at the Lord's house, even on Sunday, Thou drank wi' Kirkton Jean till Monday.
Stayed we behind that glorious day For roaring flood or linn?
The songs had sung themselves out, as the fire changed from roaring flame and flying sparks to a great bed of living coals.
We have now some breathing time; and as this is the most enjoyable season of the year, when the days are cool, and roaring wood fires at night remind us of home, we hunt, visit, race, dance, and generally enjoy ourselves.
roared out the Doctor, stamping with his foot.
Then Anderson roared his delight in that letter and banged the table with his fist.
roared Mr. Culpepper.
It is he, most noble patron, who can swallow the greatest quantity of porter, who can roar the best catch, and who is the compleatest bruiser, that will finally carry the day.
"Miss Abbott," roared a rugged, dirty-faced, bare-footed boy, who entered without knocking, and stood in the middle of the room, with his hat on, with a suddenness that denoted great readiness in entering other people's possessions; "Miss Abbott, ma' wants to know if you are likely to go from home this week?"
Now for Homer: "As when a wave by the wild wind's blore Down from the clouds upon a ship doth light, And the whole hulk with scattering foam is white, And through the sails all tattered and forlorn Roars the fell blast: the seamen with affright Shake, and from death a hand-breadth they are borne."
Lulu dusted the upright piano, and that was like Dwight--in a perpetual attitude of rearing back, with paws out, playful, but capable, too, of roaring a ready bass.
Rising majestically, the time-keeper lifted up his voice and counted: "One--two--three--four--five--six"--and Harberth opened his eyes, sat up, "seven--eight--nine"--and lay down again; and just as Dam was about to leap for joy and the audience to roar their approval--instead of the fatal "OUT" the time-keeper called "Time".
Meantime the sky kept on weeping through its countless eyes; the river, roaring more wrathful every moment, was now licking at the ends of the low-lying streets near the bank, creeping up into the gardens on the shore, stealing in between the orange-trees, opening holes in the hedges and the mudwalls.