In the darkness roarer was able to retain the ladle for himself, handing the spoons to the other boys.
It is to be hoped that he will not turn out a roarer, like the latter.
Inspired by the idea, roarer assumed his devotional attitude and clawed wildly.
The roarer, as has been said, was the Colonel; the meanderer was Drinkwater Torm.
The men sighed with unconcealed relief, and each registered a vow to get even with roarer later on.
Convenience had curtailed these names to Bronc, Holy and roarer.
Bronco demanded of Limber and roarer, who only shook their heads.
roarer thrust his dipper down, but had to reach further than he expected.
An animal that is a roarer should not be used for breeding purposes.
Holy rescued it from the floor where it had dropped as roarer massaged his throat.
Old English rarian "roar, wail, lament, bellow, cry," probably of imitative origin (cf. Middle Dutch reeren, German röhren "to roar;" Sanskrit ragati "barks;" Lithuanian reju "to scold;" Old Church Slavonic revo "I roar;" Latin raucus "hoarse"). Related: Roared; roaring.
late 14c., from roar (v.) and Old English gerar.