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roar back

To surge into a position of success after a period of time spent performing less favorably. The team, who fell to a 30–0 disadvantage in the first 20 minutes of play, roared back in the fourth quarter The company has been roaring back into a position of superiority this year, after seeing its share of the market dwindle over the last decade.
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roar back

v.
To have great success after a period of weak performance; make a dramatic recovery: The tennis player lost the first set but roared back to win the match.
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LEICESTER TIGERS star Geordan Murphy is ready to roar back onto the international stage in his favoured full-back slot against Fiji today.
BRENTFORD coach Ray Lewington tipped Preston for promotion after watching them roar back from behind to take three points.
KEVIN McALLISTER is ready to roar back into action with Falkirk - at 37.
Goals galore at Dixon Park saw LIMAVADY UNITED roar back from 4-2 down to snatch a 4-4 draw with BALLYCLARE COMRADES.