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The roar of a large animal, such as a bull.
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  1. The roar of a large animal, such as a bull.
  2. A very loud utterance or other sound.
A loud cry.
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  1. A loud cry.
  2. A loud cry or call
  3. (Austral., N.Z., Informal) One's turn to buy a round of drinks, etc.
A spar extending from a mast to hold the bottom of a sail outstretched
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  1. A spar extending from a mast to hold the bottom of a sail outstretched
  2. A barrier of chains or poles to obstruct navigation
  3. A barrier across a river or around an area of water to prevent floating logs from dispersing
A sound that resembles or suggests thunder.
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  1. A sound that resembles or suggests thunder.
  2. The explosive noise that accompanies a stroke of lightning. Thunder is a series of sound waves produced by the rapid expansion of the air through which the lightning passes. Sound travels about 1 km in 3 seconds (about 1 mi in 5 seconds). The distance between an observer and a lightning flash can be calculated by counting the number of seconds between the flash and the thunder.
  3. The crashing or booming sound produced by rapidly expanding air along the path of the electrical discharge of lightning.
A loud derisive call:
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  1. A loud derisive call:
  2. Any similar sound
  3. A long, loud, wailing cry of a wolf, dog, etc.
A body of water partially enclosed by land but with a wide mouth, affording access to the sea:
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  1. A body of water partially enclosed by land but with a wide mouth, affording access to the sea:
  2. A section or compartment, as in a service station, barn, or aircraft, that is set off for a specific purpose:
  3. Sick bay
An outcry; bellow
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  1. An outcry; bellow
  2. A noisy weeping
  3. A loud, bellowing cry; a wail.
A loud cry; a shout.
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  1. A loud cry; a shout.
  2. A rhythmic cheer given in unison, as by students at a school or college football game
  3. A loud outcry or shout; shriek; scream
Stormy blowing or noisy commotion
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  1. Stormy blowing or noisy commotion
  2. A violent, gusty wind.
  3. Loud, arrogant speech, often full of empty threats.
A condition of noisy excitement and confusion; a tumult:
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  1. A condition of noisy excitement and confusion; a tumult:
  2. An impassioned protest or heated controversy:
  3. Violent disturbance or commotion, esp. one accompanied by loud, confused noise, as of shouting; tumult
A loud, continuous noise; confused clamor or uproar
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  1. A loud, continuous noise; confused clamor or uproar
  2. A jumble of loud, usually discordant sounds.
  3. Any of various international technical standards, as for electronic equipment or photographic film, set by the German association Deutsches Institut für Normung
A loud outcry; uproar
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  1. A loud outcry; uproar
  2. A loud, sustained noise
  3. A vehement, continued expression of the general feeling or of public opinion; loud demand or complaint
A sharp disagreement; conflict
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  1. A sharp disagreement; conflict
  2. A disagreement or state of opposition:
  3. A loud, harsh noise, such as that made by two metal objects in collision.
The act of exploding.
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  1. The act of exploding.
  2. An explosion.
A release of mechanical, chemical, or nuclear energy in a sudden and often violent manner with the generation of high temperature and usually with the release of gases.
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  1. A release of mechanical, chemical, or nuclear energy in a sudden and often violent manner with the generation of high temperature and usually with the release of gases.
  2. A sudden, great increase:
  3. The loud, sharp sound made as a result of either of these actions.
A curtain of artillery fire laid down to keep enemy forces from moving, or to cover or prepare the way for one's own forces, esp. in attack
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  1. A curtain of artillery fire laid down to keep enemy forces from moving, or to cover or prepare the way for one's own forces, esp. in attack
  2. An artificial obstruction, such as a dam or irrigation channel, built in a watercourse to increase its depth or to divert its flow.
  3. A man-made barrier in a stream, river, etc. to deepen the water or channel it for irrigation; dam
The reflection of light or heat; a reflection in, or as though in, a mirror.
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  1. The reflection of light or heat; a reflection in, or as though in, a mirror.
  2. (plural) An evolving series of effects resulting from a particular event; a repercussion
  3. (Physics) Multiple reflection of sound waves in a confined area so that the sound persists after the source is cut off
A deep, long, rolling sound.
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  1. A deep, long, rolling sound.
  2. A space for luggage or a small extra seat, as for servants, in the rear of a carriage
  3. A deep, heavy, continuous, rolling sound
To utter in a loud, powerful voice.
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  1. To utter in a loud, powerful voice.
  2. To shout in a deep voice.
  3. To roar with a powerful, reverberating sound, as a bull does
To say with or utter a shout.
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  1. To say with or utter a shout.
  2. To utter a shout; cry out loudly
  3. (Austral., N.Z., Informal) To treat (someone) to (a round of drinks, etc.)
To move or position using a crane:
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  1. To move or position using a crane:
  2. To utter or give forth with a deep, resonant sound:
  3. To go rapidly along; move with speed or vigor
To move while making a loud noise:
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  1. To move while making a loud noise:
  2. To strike, drive, etc. with the sound or violence of thunder
  3. The explosive noise that accompanies a stroke of lightning. Thunder is a series of sound waves produced by the rapid expansion of the air through which the lightning passes. Sound travels about 1 km in 3 seconds (about 1 mi in 5 seconds). The distance between an observer and a lightning flash can be calculated by counting the number of seconds between the flash and the thunder.
To drive or effect by howling
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  1. To drive or effect by howling
  2. To shout or laugh in scorn, mirth, etc.
  3. To utter or emit a long, mournful, plaintive sound.
To bark or howl in long, deep tones
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  1. To bark or howl in long, deep tones
  2. A body of water partially enclosed by land but having a wide outlet to the sea. A bay is usually smaller than a gulf.
  3. To bark at; hence, to follow with barking; to bring or drive to bay.
To utter in a loud, vehement voice.
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  1. To utter in a loud, vehement voice.
  2. To shout or call out noisily; bellow; yell
  3. To cry out loudly and vehemently; shout.
To cry out loudly, as in pain, fright, surprise, or enthusiasm.
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  1. To cry out loudly, as in pain, fright, surprise, or enthusiasm.
  2. To cry out loudly; shriek; scream
  3. To convey by shouting
To make insistent demands or complaints:
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  1. To make insistent demands or complaints:
  2. To influence or force by clamoring:
  3. To express with, or bring about by, clamor
To polish, mix, etc. in a rumble, or tumbling box
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  1. To polish, mix, etc. in a rumble, or tumbling box
  2. To polish or mix (metal parts) in a tumbling box.
  3. To move or proceed with a deep, long, rolling sound.
To produce a booming, reverberating sound by beating the wings, as certain birds do.
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  1. To produce a booming, reverberating sound by beating the wings, as certain birds do.
  2. To expel or dismiss in disgrace. Often used with out:
  3. To assemble by beating a drum
To explode violently and noisily
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  1. To explode violently and noisily
  2. To cause (a bomb, dynamite, etc.) to explode
To change state or appearance suddenly:
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  1. To change state or appearance suddenly:
  2. To shatter with a loud noise:
  3. (Golf) To hit (a ball) from a sand trap with an explosion shot
To have a prolonged or continuing effect:
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  1. To have a prolonged or continuing effect:
  2. To be reflected, as light or sound waves
  3. To resound in a succession of echoes; reecho:
To be talked about, celebrated, or extolled:
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  1. To be talked about, celebrated, or extolled:
  2. To give back (sound); echo
  3. To echo or be filled with sound; reverberate
  1. To reverberate
  2. To sound back or reverberate.
To utter in a loud, vehement voice.
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  1. To utter in a loud, vehement voice.
  2. To cry out loudly and vehemently; shout.
  3. To shout or call out noisily; bellow; yell
To utter in a loud, powerful voice.
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  1. To utter in a loud, powerful voice.
  2. To cry out loudly, as in anger or pain
  3. To roar with a powerful, reverberating sound, as a bull does
To blow in loud, violent gusts, as the wind during a storm.
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  1. To blow in loud, violent gusts, as the wind during a storm.
  2. To speak in a loudly arrogant or bullying manner.
  3. To say noisily and aggressively
To name:
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  1. To name:
  2. To force the sale of (a stock or commodity) by exercising a call option.
  3. To declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee:
To influence or force by clamoring:
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  1. To influence or force by clamoring:
  2. To make insistent demands or complaints:
  3. To express with, or bring about by, clamor
To utter a characteristic sound or call. Used of an animal.
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  1. To utter a characteristic sound or call. Used of an animal.
  2. To call out (wares for sale, services offered, etc.); announce publicly
  3. To call loudly; shout.
(Hunting) To urge on (hounds) by shouting or calling “halloo”
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  1. (Hunting) To urge on (hounds) by shouting or calling “halloo”
  2. To shout or call out in order to attract the attention of (a person)
  3. To call or shout to; to hail.
(Informal) To complain.
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  1. (Informal) To complain.
  2. To yell or shout.
  3. To shout out (words or phrases).
(Austral., N.Z., Informal) To treat (someone) to (a round of drinks, etc.)
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  1. (Austral., N.Z., Informal) To treat (someone) to (a round of drinks, etc.)
  2. To say with or utter a shout.
  3. To utter a shout; cry out loudly
To utter or shout loudly or vehemently; bawl; clamor
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  1. To utter or shout loudly or vehemently; bawl; clamor
  2. To utter (something) or cry out loudly and vehemently, especially in protest.
To utter a loud shout or cry.
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  1. To utter a loud shout or cry.
  2. To chase, call, urge on, or drive with a whoop:
  3. To drive, urge on, chase, bring about, etc. with whoops
To utter a sharp cry; yelp.
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  1. To utter a sharp cry; yelp.
  2. (Intransitive) to talk loudly and coarsely
  3. To utter a loud, harsh call or cry
To convey by shouting
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  1. To convey by shouting
  2. To cry out loudly, as in pain, fright, surprise, or enthusiasm.
  3. To cry out loudly; shriek; scream
To laugh in this way
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  1. To laugh in this way
  2. To laugh heartily and boisterously.
To drive or effect by howling
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  1. To drive or effect by howling
  2. To utter the long, loud, wailing cry of wolves, dogs, etc.
  3. To utter with a howl or howls
Hard, noisily, and suddenly
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  1. Hard, noisily, and suddenly
  2. Suddenly; abruptly:
  3. Exactly; precisely:
(Slang, Sports) To drive (a ball) far with a sharp blow of the bat or club
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  1. (Slang, Sports) To drive (a ball) far with a sharp blow of the bat or club
  2. (Electronics) To distort sound recording or transmission by overloading a microphone or loudspeaker.
  3. To shoot or destroy by shooting:
To go rapidly along; move with speed or vigor
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  1. To go rapidly along; move with speed or vigor
  2. To utter or give forth with a deep, resonant sound:
  3. To move or position using a crane:
To move while making a loud noise:
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  1. To move while making a loud noise:
  2. The explosive noise that accompanies a stroke of lightning. Thunder is a series of sound waves produced by the rapid expansion of the air through which the lightning passes. Sound travels about 1 km in 3 seconds (about 1 mi in 5 seconds). The distance between an observer and a lightning flash can be calculated by counting the number of seconds between the flash and the thunder.
  3. To strike, drive, etc. with the sound or violence of thunder
A noisy weeping
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  1. A noisy weeping
  2. An outcry; bellow
  3. A loud, bellowing cry; a wail.
The roar of a large animal, such as a bull.
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  1. The roar of a large animal, such as a bull.
  2. A very loud utterance or other sound.
A vehement expression of discontent or protest:
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  1. A vehement expression of discontent or protest:
  2. A loud outcry; uproar
  3. A loud noise or outcry; a hubbub.
(Slang) A sense of excitement; a thrill:
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  1. (Slang) A sense of excitement; a thrill:
  2. A fringe of hair cut short and straight across the forehead.
  3. (Informal) A sudden burst of action:
A sudden loud sound, especially one produced by a stream of forced air:
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  1. A sudden loud sound, especially one produced by a stream of forced air:
  2. The steady current of air forced into a blast furnace
  3. A violent verbal assault or outburst:
A long beam extending as from an upright to lift or carry something and guide it as needed
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  1. A long beam extending as from an upright to lift or carry something and guide it as needed
  2. A barrier across a river or around an area of water to prevent floating logs from dispersing
  3. A booming sound, as of thunder, heavy guns, etc.
The crashing or booming sound produced by rapidly expanding air along the path of the electrical discharge of lightning.
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  1. The crashing or booming sound produced by rapidly expanding air along the path of the electrical discharge of lightning.
  2. The sound that follows a flash of lightning, caused by the sudden heating and expansion of air by electrical discharge
  3. The explosive noise that accompanies a stroke of lightning. Thunder is a series of sound waves produced by the rapid expansion of the air through which the lightning passes. Sound travels about 1 km in 3 seconds (about 1 mi in 5 seconds). The distance between an observer and a lightning flash can be calculated by counting the number of seconds between the flash and the thunder.
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