Definition of uproarious
OTHER WORDS FROM uproariousup·roar·i·ous·ly, adverbup·roar·i·ous·ness, noun
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How to use uproarious in a sentence
The concepts Tim Robinson cooks up for this uproarious sketch comedy, which dropped its second season this year, are so inherently absurd that they shoot straight into the social-media zeitgeist.
At once uproarious, raw, and painfully honest, “Discord” unveils the many virtues and vices of these towering icons.The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson (And Tolstoy and Dickens)|Samuel Fragoso|October 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mitt Romney's speech was the more uproarious - and the harder-edged, aimed both at the president and himself.
Uproarious laughter during prayer services is a fantastic way to ruin Yom Kippur for everyone.
The situations that arise from this momentous “switch” lead to some uproarious situations—and the two stars shine.
The laughter broke out at short intervals, and by and by became uproarious and constant.
Duncan was a perfect champion; his strength and activity were marvellous, and his mirth uproarious.Eric, or Little by Little|Frederic W. Farrar
Singing, dancing, uproarious with gladness, the troop crossed the village and passed by the hut of Fergan.
Gradually it grew louder and more uproarious: there was evidently some unusual source of festivity.
When the door opened a few minutes later, they were all talking and laughing at once in a decidedly uproarious fashion.The Story of the Big Front Door|Mary Finley Leonard