Freddie and Fannie roared on, buying up high-risk securitized mortgages.
The president spoke, the people in the room clapped, the president spoke some more, they roared.
The black-tie crowd at the New York Hilton roared with delight.
Hardline media have roared their disapproval and prominent conservative politicians have joined in.
In 2008, R.E.M. roared back to life with the well-received Accelerate.
Conan stepped forward, sheathing his knife, and the other roared a greeting.
Mowbray pressed forward to her ear, and repeated all Christie roared.
Near the dawn of day, it seemed to me I heard the tumbling of the sea; for as the coast was low, it roared loudly.
They all roared and wriggled again, so amusing did it seem to them.
The three notes, not very high, not very loud, were drowned in the applause that roared at her from the house.
Old English rarian "roar, wail, lament, bellow, cry," probably of imitative origin (cf. Middle Dutch reeren, German röhren "to roar;" Sanskrit ragati "barks;" Lithuanian reju "to scold;" Old Church Slavonic revo "I roar;" Latin raucus "hoarse"). Related: Roared; roaring.
late 14c., from roar (v.) and Old English gerar.