The singer Tom Jones growled hits like “Delilah” with shirts sweatily slashed to the navel.
“The Likud is not a political garbage can,” Likud MK Danny Danon growled.
“He once growled at the cat over a frozen pea that fell in the kitchen,” Mellon says.
He turned his head to look up at me and growled, “Get the hell out of here.”
“We cannot say a word here that he does not hear,” growled Almayer.
"I'm not afraid of anything," growled the Portuguese and flung out of the room.
Once he had growled: “None of your red mouthed ranting here!”
"You've said enough, and you had better go along with the mail," growled he.
"They know as well as we do that we're here," growled Jim, as he stared through his loophole.
And so the cubs took her, and growled over her a little while, and then ate her up.
1660s, from Middle English grollen "to rumble, growl" (early 15c.), from Old French grouler "to rumble," said to be from Frankish; probably ultimately of imitative origin. Related: Growled; growling. The noun is 1727, from the verb.
To complain; mutter angrily (1707+)