We could hear the roar of the waterfall long before we saw it.
The lion roared to warn the hyenas to keep away.
The car roared around the track at speeds of over 120 miles per hour.
The roar of traffic outside our hotel window kept us from sleeping during our first night in New York City.
The flames of the forest fire roared in the ears of the firefighters.
The children in the audience roared with laughter when the clowns began to dance.
It only took us a few minutes to build a roaring fire to warm us up after our day of hiking in the rain.
There is a Saudi Arabian proverb which states that the whisper of a pretty girl can be heard further than the roar of a lion.
An adult lion’s roar can be heard up to 5 miles away, and serves to warn off intruders or reunite scattered members of the pride.
Unlike most other large cats, snow leopards cannot roar.
The roaring surf of Ghana’s coasts can make landing by ship very risky.
Male ostriches sound much like a lion when they roar.
Leopards communicate by roaring, and by scent.
The roaring of leopards serves to define their territories or signal that they are alarmed.
Donald Olson described Trafalgar Square as a roaringly busy traffic interchange surrounded by historic buildings.