verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of howl
OTHER WORDS FROM howlout·howl, verb (used with object)
Words nearby howl
Example sentences from the Web for howled
The Scythians doing this howled with joy, according to the Father of History.
If Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker were mayor of Chicago, labor and allies would have howled him down.
The president had howled with laughter and sent Buckey, his personal aide, out to find her missing shoe.
But whether they were good or not, he howled when he told them.
"Oh, mine good God," he howled, as he rushed toward the Captain's room.The Wreck of the Titan|Morgan Robertson
They were not anxious to follow while he could sweep the bridge with his fowling piece and so they stood on the shore and howled.Where the Pavement Ends|John Russell
Even the storm seemed for an instant to still its raging roar, then Pete threw back his head and howled his grief.The Secret of the Storm Country|Grace Miller White
Without attempting to rise, he howled shrilly, time after time, catching his breath in gasps—while the thing moved steadily away.The Martian|Allen Glasser
Timothy kicked and struck out pretty straight, but fought in silence; the bigger boy screamed and howled and scratched.Children of the Mist|Eden Phillpotts
British Dictionary definitions for howled
- a person or thing that is very funny
- a prolonged outburst of laughter