My first reaction, and my second, third and fourth, was the howl of pain.
Conservatives on Twitter howl derisively at these polls as if their purveyors are offering alchemical cures for venereal disease.
That whole subplot seemed to me like a reference to the Ginsberg poem “howl” and the idea of man rebelling against the status quo.
At some point, we all decided to get what we could out of our 10 bucks and howl at every ridiculous scene.
She would parade around on the BBC and I'd just howl at her.
The howl called their mother's attention to the garden, and then she saw them.
On a distant mountain-side he heard the howl of a lonely wolf.
The baby across the street uttered a howl of anguish at the sight.
He had not finished a quarter of them, when the dog began to howl.
I was afraid, though, that I should have to howl; but I am all right now.
early 13c., houlen, probably ultimately of imitative origin; similar formations are found in other Germanic languages. Related: Howled; howling. As a noun from 1590s.