growl[ groul ]SEE DEFINITION OF growl
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROWL
The voice, too, when he spoke, was as deep and as fierce as the growl of a beast of prey.
The head-master bowed to the bishop, and walked away, leaving Ketch on the growl.
They barely raised their heads to growl, and did not answer Pierre's questions.
Beyond a growl or a grunt, the dog took its punishment silently.
This growl he could not suppress; nor did the man-animal resent it by giving him a blow on the head.
Growl he would, from the moment the petting began till it ended.
William ceased to growl, for far down the road he had heard a footstep that he knew.
Claude was greeted with a growl like that of wild beasts disturbed in their lair.
Then she burst forth, with the growl of a slave driven to extremities.
Baker snatched the telegram from his hand with a growl of rage, and read it hastily.