Definition of howl
Origin of howl
OTHER WORDS FROM howlouthowl, verb (used with object)
Words nearby howl
How to use howl in a sentence
Details like the howl of individual crowd members and the scratchiness of the microphone made me feel like I was in the bar where the show had been recorded.JBL Live Free NC+ TWS earbuds review: Made for active listening|Tony Ware|August 24, 2021|Popular-Science
In France, President Emmanuel Macron has instituted a new set of measures placing restrictions on the unvaccinated which produced howls of protest… and a surge in vaccinations.The Pandemic Is a $50 Billion Test That Rich Countries Are Failing|David Rothkopf|July 22, 2021|The Daily Beast
After months of keeping quiet and still, we have a lot of pent-up energy and suppressed howls to unleash.Theme parks aim to keep visitors safe — and screaming|Andrea Sachs|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
Frances McDormand let out an epic howl because, well, Frances McDormand has earned the right to do whatever she wants.
If that happens, it will come over the howls of opponents who have consistently warned of the horrible ramifications of women serving in combat — even as some of these predictions have proved false over the past 40 years.Men-only Selective Service registration may end soon, but the fight will remain|Heather Stur|April 15, 2021|Washington Post
The blast was a stupefying white flash followed by a body-shaking howl, and it was the cue for a maelstrom of metallic shrieks.Shocked by Ukraine Violence, NATO Prepares to Face Down Putin|Leo Cendrowicz|October 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And they saw him in his 60s, still making an audience howl with the “Dentist” number.
That whole subplot seemed to me like a reference to the Ginsberg poem “Howl” and the idea of man rebelling against the status quo.
The noise is so loud it nearly drowns out a horrified howl from Grace.
She crinkles her brow and then, on cue, she emits a keening howl.
That was not the exact word that he used, but he expressed it by beating his tail against the table and giving a long howl.The Soldier of the Valley|Nelson Lloyd
For this shall the well appointed men of Moab howl, his soul shall howl to itself.
Therefore shall Moab howl to Moab, every one shall howl: to them that rejoice upon the brick walls, tell ye their stripes.
Then a moan, then a howl and a shriek arose which reached from group to group, from house to house, from square to forest.A Lost Hero|Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward and Herbert D. Ward
Again that wild unearthly sound rustled among the bushes, and the dog broke out into a long dismal howl.The World Before Them|Susanna Moodie
British Dictionary definitions for howl
- a person or thing that is very funny
- a prolonged outburst of laughter