Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a roar; roaring.

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  • adjective Abounding with noise; roaring

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Examples

  • The great room, ordinarily aroar with life, was still and gloomy as

    Too Much Gold

  • The great room, ordinarily aroar with life, was still and gloomy as

    TOO MUCH GOLD

  • The Richmond Olympic Oval was aroar with cheers from Dutch fans during the race, but Kramer had suspected something was amiss.

    Netherlands' Kramer DQ'd for improper lane switch; Lee wins gold

  • The wind rocked the pines, the creek was aroar from the white rain that had brought the wild plum to full bloom all in one night.

    The Dollmaker

  • The great room, ordinarily aroar with life, was still and gloomy as a tomb.

    Too Much Gold

  • He works so hard because he knows an audience of units is an audience of indifferent critics, but once get them to laughing together and each single laugher sweeps a number of others with him, until the whole theatre is aroar and the entertainer has scored.

    The Art of Public Speaking

  • And lo, here was love tearing him by the throat till he choked; an exquisite torture, a rampant passion, a devastating flame, that most glorified when it burned most deeply, aroar and ablaze forevermore.

    Queed

  • They were waiting by their engines, with the furnace fires aroar.

    Rio Grande's Last Race & Other Verses

  • In an hour the whole wide valley for miles to left and right will be all aroar with musketry stricken to seeming silence now and again by thunder claps of big guns.

    The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Volume 1

  • Nor was all this preparation vain, for scarcely five minutes had passed since Captain Ransome's guns had broken the truce of doubt before the whole region was aroar: the enemy had attacked nearly everywhere.

    The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce — Volume 2: In the Midst of Life: Tales of Soldiers and Civilians

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