As he spoke we heard a great sound of roaring
from the cave in the cliff.
The poor tree was still quite covered with frost and snow, and the North Wind was blowing and roaring
Over and over rolled Numa, the lion, clawing and biting at the air, roaring
and growling horribly in savage attempt to reach the thing upon its back.
Then he gored the prostrate thing through and through with his mighty tusks, trumpeting and roaring
in his rage, and at last, convinced that no slightest spark of life remained in the crushed and lacerated flesh, he lifted the shapeless clay that had been Sven Malbihn far aloft and hurled the bloody mass, still entangled in canopy and hammock, over the boma and out into the jungle.
Meantime Milady, drunk with passion, roaring
on the deck like a lioness that has been embarked, had been tempted to throw herself into the sea that she might regain the coast, for she could not get rid of the thought that she had been insulted by D'Artagnan, threatened by Athos, and that she had quit France without being revenged on them.
Violent death ever stalked in their midst; bomb and knife and bullet were looked upon as so many fangs of the roaring
abysmal beast they must dominate if humanity were to persist.
Like two deep streams from high rocks meeting, mixing, roaring
on the plain; loud, rough and dark in battle meet Lochlin and Innis-fail.
The little audience of fierce anthropoids heard the creaking of their king's neck mingling with his agonized shrieks and hideous roaring