thunder

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  • It was their third win in four regular-season games against the Thunder.
  • He also appeared in the short-lived film-based action television series Blue Thunder.
  • More took up the work and the air was filled with their thundering. Cited from The Boy Allies in Great Peril, by Clair W. Hayes
  • As the train thundered into the station she went to his side and looked forth also. Cited from The Safety Curtain, and Other Stories, by Ethel M. Dell
  • Jack thundered over the bridge where once he had so nearly had an accident. Cited from Jack of the Pony Express, by Frank V. Webster
  • The group released their fourth extended play, God of Thunder, later that year.
  • I thundered before he got so far in that he couldn't back out. Cited from The Repairman, by Harry Harrison
  • They were making forty miles an hour when they struck the level and thundered past the group. Cited from Alias The Lone Wolf, by Louis Joseph Vance
  • So he thundered again, and this time the door opened about six inches. Cited from Jimgrim and Allah's Peace, by Talbot Mundy
  • They say, dear, that you do put on such a thundering lot of side. Cited from The Divine Fire, by May Sinclair
  • During playing days, he was well known for his thundering shot.
  • Upon arrival the soldiers immediately begin to establish its base camp - Thunder Land.
  • It falls on silence -- the voice of its thunders cannot reach so far. Cited from Darkwater, by W. E. B. Du Bois
  • "He means that he's having a thundering good time where he is." Cited from The Second Honeymoon, by Ruby M. Ayres
  • They left him to the others and thundered on after me. Cited from The Exploits Of Brigadier Gerard, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • By this time the train had started, and was thundering through the night. Cited from Sunrise, by William Black
  • Three English-language stations supply Thunder Bay with free digital over-the-air television.
  • Drew had long since stopped looking over his shoulder for any thundering advance of cavalry. Cited from Rebel Spurs, by Andre Norton
  • I am sure I never can understand what a thundering silence means, whatever may be its color. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, January 1873, Vol. 11, Nol. 22, by Various
  • "Have you stopped to think whether it would be fair to me?" thundered his father. Cited from The Lion and The Mouse, by Charles Klein
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Meaning of thunder

  • noun A booming or crashing noise caused by air expanding along the path of a bolt of lightning
  • verb Move fast, noisily, and heavily
    The bus thundered down the road
  • verb Utter words loudly and forcefully
    `Get out of here,' he roared
  • verb Be the case that thunder is being heard
    Whenever it thunders, my dog crawls under the bed
  • verb To make or produce a loud noise
    The river thundered below, The engine roared as the driver pushed the car to full throttle