[ UK /ʌpɹˈɔːɹɪəs/ ]
  1. uncontrollably noisy
  2. marked by or causing boisterous merriment or convulsive laughter
    hilarious broad comedy
    uproarious stories
    a screaming farce
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How To Use uproarious In A Sentence

  • Leave it to them to balance the uproariously bizarre with the mentally disturbed to create a wonderfully schizoid DVD package.
  • His script is peppered with mildly amusing moments, but few that are uproarious.
  • Satan laughs uproariously and answers, "Yeah, right.
  • This uproarious comedy is about three Brothers who are brought together by the will of their dying father.
  • I also laughed uproariously when two of the Jackasses, dressed in marching band uniforms, climbed into a pen with a very aggressive ram, under the pretense of trying to sooth the savage beast with music. Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Jackass 3D
  • A gorgeous magic performance did spot for Zhou Jielun has laughed uproariously fully.
  • wich is down 'Endon wy," is no longer a spree for him, however uproarious the "shindy," and however ready his "gal" may be to sit on his knee and "change 'ats" to the accompaniment of cornet and concertina. The History of "Punch"
  • I honestly couldn't have told you how long I stood there in the crowd, listening to him play, but when the song finally ended, I broke into uproarious applause along with the others.
  • The humor ranges from sophomorically vulgar and ingeniously witty to uproariously racist and mischievously violent, but always ruthlessly dark. Flixnjoystix.com! » 2008 » July
  • It's a comedy rule, it seems, that the louder you can say a line or caterwaul in reaction to some hoary bit of high jinks, the more uproarious the moment becomes. Theater review: 'Fox on the Fairway' at Signature Theatre
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