Roar and Sing

Roar

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Roar verb – To make a long loud deep noise or cry.
Sing and roar are semantically related In some cases you can use "Sing" instead a verb "Roar".
Nearby Words: roaring, roared, roarer
Synonyms for Roar

Sing

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Sing verb – To utter in musical or drawn out tones.
Usage example: the cantor sang the prayers before the entire congregation

Roar and sing are semantically related in speech topic. Sometimes you can use "Roar" instead a verb "Sing", if it concerns topics such as call out.
Nearby Words: singing, singer, singe, singed, singable
Synonyms for Sing

Common collocations

line roar line sing line
time roar time sing time

Both words in one sentence

  • Music / Houses of the Holy In Harmony with Nature: "The Ocean" Singing to an ocean, I can hear the ocean's roar (...) I used to sing on the mountains, has the ocean lost its way In the Style of...: "D'yer Mak'er" is an Affectionate Parody of Reggae, and "The Crunge" is a funk song in the style of James Brown.
  • Logo Joke In Of Thee I Sing, the election night newsreel ends with the MGM lion opening its mouth, not to roar, but to crow like the Pathé rooster.
    Source: Logo Joke
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