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  • noun Plural form of roar.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of roar.


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  • Russell Martin roars home with the winning run in the last of the ninth of the Dodgers '4-3 victory over the Phillies on Aug. 12.

    NL pennant race comes down to familiar names from long ago

  • He got hot down the stretch and earned the loudest roars from a pumpkin-orange crowd that was dying to let loose in Philadelphia's first home postseason game since 2006.

  • Brazil players drew roars from the crowd of 33,500 for their trademark footwork and no-look passes.

    Australia earns first-ever cup win, Brazil cruises

  • Mike Komisarek opened the scoring 3: 31 in amid one of the first of countless roars from the raucous Bell Centre crowd over the course of the evening.

  • The Sonics led 22-12 with 4: 49 left in the opening quarter, when Wade entered amid loud roars from the home crowd.

  • With the European team led out of the gates by Montgomerie, Sergio Garcia, Darren Clarke, Bernhard Langer and Padraig Harrington, the team drew roars from the crowd that bounced from corner to corner of The Belfry. - Europe rolls dice, takes Ryder romp

  • Clarke turned off with a laugh and a shrug, and the baby was knocked down to Pa Sloane by the auctioneer, who had meanwhile been keeping the crowd in roars of laughter by a quick fire of witticisms.

    Chronicles of Avonlea

  • This lion, however, roars from the Northern side of the hedge.

    Echoes of the Week

  • a long alley-oop to Royal Ivey that drew roars from a crowd loaded with Texas fans. - Ford drives Longhorns to defeat Eagles

  • At the line, a beaming Miller rode in solo with time to spare, while the sprint for second brought roars from the crowd, with Saturday’s winner, Van Gilder, nipping Annis.

    Johnson and Miller confirm on day two at Gloucester


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