roar en Hindi
v. गरजना, गर्जन करना, चिल्लाकर बोलना
“Come on, then!” roared the Queen, and Alice joined the procession, wondering very much what would happen next.
I do not want to hear it! roared the count, beside himself with anger, and from the twinges given to him from his ailing foot.
The propellers turn; the motors roar; the plane reaches the runway for take-off.
When Sarrasine appeared, running after her, he was welcomed by a roar of infernal laughter.
And their assembled friends, being not a bit behindhand, roared out lustily.
Rossi roared into the assigned hotel meeting room like an angry school principal about to scold his students.
The devil jumped up, roaring, and would have treated her ill, but she soothed him once more and said, "Who can help bad dreams?"
The dim roar of London was like the bourdon note of a distant organ.
Then the uproar began again; there was a roaring and howling, and the other half fell down as well.
When I pulled the flaps of the tent to its side, a roar of approval from my soldiers filled the air.
1. bellow: yell, shout, clamour, vociferate, laugh, cry, rout
2. reverberation: bellow, howl, shout, clamour, thunder, detonation, explosion
3. thunder: boom, reverberate, resound, peal