EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOWDAH
He enters the howdah—the elephant rises—the procession starts.
One of the great pleasures or curiosities was a ride on his back in a howdah.
Do you think the first tiger I see will get into my howdah and maul me?
He had no howdah, as that is not necessary, except for ladies.
I was not in a howdah, but on a pad; and the tiger struck one of its forepaws on my knee.
Ainslie took the Colonel in his howdah; and Mrs Ainslie shared mine.
"I see you know, though some do call it his howdah," said Uncle Charlie.
The heavy figure of Doctor Boelke bulged from the front of the howdah.
He saw that the man wished him to drop from the howdah and leave the elephant.
"Mr Wargrave, get to the front of the howdah and be ready," she said in a low tone.