Synonyms of roar in English:

roar


See US English definition of roar

See UK English definition of ROAR

See Spanish definition of rugir

noun

1‘the roars of the crowd increased in intensity’

SYNONYMS
shout, bellow, yell, cry, howl, shriek, scream, screech
clamour, clamouring
North American informal holler
rare vociferation, ululation
ANTONYMS

whisper

2‘the deafening roar of the wind and the sea’

SYNONYMS
loud noise, boom, booming, crash, crashing, rumble, rumbling, roll, thundering, peal, crack, clap, thunderclap

3‘his claims were greeted with roars of laughter’

SYNONYMS
guffaw, howl, hoot, shriek
gale, peal

verb

1‘‘Get out!’ roared Angus’

SYNONYMS
bellow, yell, shout, bawl, howl, cry, shriek, scream, screech
North American informal holler
rare vociferate, ululate
ANTONYMS

whisper

2‘thunder roared and lightning flashed’

SYNONYMS
boom, rumble, crash, roll, thunder, peal

3‘the movie has left preview audiences roaring’

SYNONYMS
guffaw, laugh heartily, howl with laughter, roar with laughter, shriek with laughter, laugh hysterically, laugh uproariously, be convulsed with laughter, burst out laughing, hoot
informal split one's sides, be rolling in the aisles, be doubled up, crack up, be in stitches, die laughing
British informal crease up, fall about, laugh like a drain
ANTONYMS

weep

4‘a motorbike roared past’

SYNONYMS
speed, zoom, whizz, flash
informal belt, tear, vroom, scorch, zap, zip, burn rubber
British informal bomb