And the wild things roared their terrible roars and gnashed their terrible teeth and rolled their terrible eyes and showed their terrible claws.
Now he saw another elephant emerge from the place where it had stood hidden in the trees. Very slowly it walked to the mutilated body and looked down. With its sinuous trunk it struck the huge corpse; then it reached up, broke some leafy branches with a snap, and draped them over the mass of torn thick flesh. Finally it tilted its massive head, raised its trunk, and roared into the empty landscape.
The bus roared on. I was going home in October. Everybody goes home in October.
The bus roared through Indiana cornfields that night; the moon illuminated the ghostly gathered husks; it was almost Halloween. I made the acquaintance of a girl and we necked all the way to Indianapolis. She was nearsighted. When we got off to eat I had to lead her by the hand to the lunch counter. She bought my meals; my sandwiches were all gone. In exchange I told her long stories.
The trains roared by like projectiles level on the darkness, fuming and burning, making the valley clang with their passage. They were gone, and the lights of the towns and villages glittered in silence.
It's the same old story. It's Nortel and BCE. Dynamite earnings out of both of those and the stocks just roared ahead. And so went the market,
By the black rood of Waltham he roared, if any knave among you lays a finger-end upon the edge of my gown, I will crush his skull like a filbert
And the church just roared, I'll tell you. They thought that was so funny.
I started to make harder jokes before anyone else did. And the producers would get anxious. They'd say, 'That's a little bit hard-edged, isn't it' And I'd say, 'Let's just try it and see how the audience reacts. If they don't like it, let's cut it out.' And the audience roared with laughter, so I learned you could do this harder humor and people loved it.
Loud roared the dreadful thunder, The rain a deluge showers.
Temptations, when we first meet them, are like a lion that roared at Samson but if we overcome them, the next time we see them we shall find a nest of honey within them.
The site roared twenty-four hours a day for nine full months and beyond. From autumn through winter and into spring the crews labored in twelve-hour shifts, got some sleep, and came back for more. The enormous scale of their workplace is difficult to convey.
Once we roared like lions for liberty now we bleat like sheep for security The solution for America's problem is not in terms of big government, but it is in big men over whom nobody stands in control but God.
When Rivera came in, the place roared. I love that, because it helps us, ... I'll be ready for tonight. Definitely. If I have to go two more innings, I'll go two.