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roar (ROHR) (verb)
To utter or to create a loud noise which may communicate pain or excitement: Lions tend to roar when they are hungry.
I dare you not to roar with laughter when you read this book.
roar (ROHR) (noun)
A loud and often confusing sound: It was difficult for Tracy to speak with her friend over the roar of the crowd in the stadium.
rower (ROHR) (noun)
Someone who uses oars or polls to propel a watercraft: Bonita's cousin was the lead rower for the boat regatta at his university.
Over the roar of the falls, the rower shouted to the rest of the crew to turn back before it was too late.
This entry is located in the following unit: Confusing Words Clarified: Group R; Homonyms, Homophones, Homographs, Synonyms, Polysemes, etc. + (page 6)