Associations to the word «Roaring»
ROARING, adjective. Very; intensively; extremely.
ROARING, adjective. Very successful; lively; profitable; thriving; prosperous.
ROARING, verb. Present participle of roar
ROARING, noun. A loud, deep, prolonged sound, as of a large beast; a roar.
ROARING, noun. An affection of the windpipe of a horse, causing a loud, peculiar noise in breathing under exertion.
ROARING FORTIES, noun. The area of the earth between 40 and 50 degrees south, prone to gale-force westerly winds.
ROARING MEG, noun. A large cannon; specifically, the large 15th cannon at Edinburgh Castle (more usually called ‘Mons Meg’), or the cannon used to defend Londonderry during the siege of 1688-9.
ROARING MEG, noun. (figuratively) (now rare) Any large or impressive thing.
ROARING MEG, noun. (obsolete) A kind of spinning top.
ROARING MEGS, noun. Plural of Roaring Meg
ROARING ON, verb. Present participle of roar on
ROARING TWENTIES, proper noun. The 1920s.
ROARING, noun. A deep prolonged loud noise.
ROARING, noun. A very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal); "his bellow filled the hallway".
ROARING, adverb. Extremely; "roaring drunk".
ROARING, adjective. Very lively and profitable; "flourishing businesses"; "a palmy time for stockbrokers"; "a prosperous new business"; "doing a roaring trade"; "a thriving tourist center"; "did a thriving business in orchids".
More wisdom is latent in things as they are than in all the words men use.