ululant

[ uhl-yuh-luhnt, yool- ]
/ ˈʌl yə lənt, ˈyul- /

adjective

howling; ululating.

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Origin of ululant

1865–70; <Latin ululant- (stem of ululāns), present participle of ululāre.See ululate, -ant
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