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ROARING. A disease among horses occasioned by the circumstance of the neck
of the windpipe being too narrow for accelerated respiration; the disorder
is frequently produced by sore throat or other topical inflammation.
2. A horse affected with this malady is rendered less serviceable, and he is therefore unsound. 2 Stark. R. 81; S. C. 3 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 255; 2 Camp. R. 523.