Howl - definition, pronunciation, transcription
howls of laughter
their howling had no effect
- a loud sustained noise resembling the cry of a hound
The dogs were howling at the moon.
...several coyotes began howling close by as the sun went down...
The dogs howled all night.
Upstairs, one of the twins began to howl (=cry).
Somewhere, someone was howling in pain.
He makes audiences howl with laughter.
Republicans have been howling for military intervention.
He let out a howl of anguish.
There were howls of protest.
This suggestion was greeted with howls of laughter.
The coyotes were howling in the desert
The wind was howling in the trees
The dog's bark and howl signify very different things.
The eerie howl of the siren sent chills up her spine.
The baby's howl turned to a high-pitched whine.
present participle: howling
past tense: howled
past participle: howled
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