The splitting crashes swept along the lines until an interminable roar
There is infinite variety in the gales of wind at sea, and except for the peculiar, terrible, and mysterious moaning that may be heard sometimes passing through the roar
of a hurricane - except for that unforgettable sound, as if the soul of the universe had been goaded into a mournful groan - it is, after all, the human voice that stamps the mark of human consciousness upon the character of a gale.
If the elephants and the tigers and the bears had ever tried to fight me, I should have run myself--I'm such a coward; but just as soon as they hear me roar
they all try to get away from me, and of course I let them go.
Till the Tsar reached it, each regiment in its silence and immobility seemed like a lifeless body, but as soon as he came up it became alive, its thunder joining the roar
of the whole line along which he had already passed.
As the animal's fierce clawing ceased, the bull raised his gory, sightless head, and with a horrid roar
ran headlong across the arena.
I let him pray for a short time undisturbed, and then as I was about to suggest that we had better be pushing along one of the bears in our rear let out a roar
that made the earth fairly tremble beneath our feet.
It was impossible for the tawny cat to eat under that hail of missiles--he could but roar
and growl and dodge and eventually he was driven away entirely from the carcass of Bara, the deer.
Tonight Tarzan will take the lair of the man-eater and Numa may roar
and grumble upon the outside.
From afar came the answering wail of a leopard and the deep roar
of a lion.
Then he roared
--the fearsome, terror-inspiring roar
of the hungry lion which is also angry.
the leap, the screaming and the splashing of the horse, and the crunch crunch of bones; and yet again, the sombre twilight and the sad silence of the end of day, and then the great full-throated roar
, sudden, like a trump of doom, and swift upon it the insane shrieking and chattering among the trees, and I, too, am trembling with fear and am one of the many shrieking and chattering among the trees.
Next, Mulcachy laid hands on him, on his head, on his ears, on his very nose within an inch of his fangs; and he could do nothing but snarl and roar
and pant for breath as the noose shut off his breathing.