Then, she gets on the hood of his Ferrari, hikes up her skirt, and… grinds on it to completion, howling with ecstasy.
She was gone, nothing but the frantic solbreeders and the surging, howling subdead.
Normally rational critics were reduced to howling ninnies trainspotting the barbarians at the gates.
They can justify all their howling by arguing that this scandal is more serious, more deserving of the gravest steps being taken.
After all, a number of writers are howling about it and it clearly serves as an obstacle in the current era of voting.
A fearful uproar of barking, howling, and snorting, followed.
Apparently he hadn't a friend in all the swaying mass of howling maniacs.
Instantly a howling response arose from the quarters where the fort dogs were kept.
The cry of the lone night-bird, and the howling of wolves, would be added to the discord of the angry elements.
A fierce wind was howling over the land, swaying the trees and ruffling the surface of the lake.
early 13c., houlen, probably ultimately of imitative origin; similar formations are found in other Germanic languages. Related: Howled; howling. As a noun from 1590s.
Conspicuously successful: The Peoples' theatre is doing a howling biz (1887+)