1 From far down the street she could hear the rise and fall and roar of many voices.
2 He burst into a roar of laughter and slapped the reins upon the horse's back.
3 The back kick of the pistol made her reel, as the roar of the explosion filled her ears and the acrid smoke stung her nostrils.
4 Now she would never have to stand on the lawn and see smoke billowing from the beloved house and hear the roar of flames as the roof fell in.
5 And then the old gentleman let out a roar like a bull.
6 But Scarlett flung it off, wishing fervently that she could roar as loudly as Gerald used to roar when in a temper.
7 The music stopped as they entered and the crowd of people seemed to her confused mind to surge up to her like the roar of the sea and then ebb away, with lessening, ever-lessening sound.
8 Night had now closed in, and the roar of traffic in Forty-second Street was dying out.
9 An irritable clank and rattle beneath a prolonged roar.
10 The roar of the city began to frighten her.
11 The isolated subterraneousness of the cabin made a certain humming silence to reign there, though it was hooped round by all the roar of the elements.
12 A tremendous roar had burst from the throats of the crowd, which by this time had packed the hall to the very doors.
13 Uncas did as the other had directed, and when the voice of Hawkeye ceased, the roar of the cataract sounded like the rumbling of distant thunder.
14 During the occurrence of the deadly encounter just related, the roar of the falls was unbroken by any human sound whatever.
15 It seemed as if, with the termination of the roar of artillery and the plunging of shot, nature had also seized the moment to assume her mildest and most captivating form.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 15