howl[ houl ]SEE DEFINITION OF howl
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOWL
So he let them howl as much as they liked, but never troubled his head about them.
Peter slammed its door to, crushing them so that he loosed his grip, with a howl.
Without Biddy, I should wish but to howl at the sunset, as a dog bays the moon.
"You must be a howl," commented the captain, making for the seductive locker.
It was enough to make any one howl with horror, for it was all so hideous.
"I only pulled the bilberries," interposed Jamie, in a whine which went off in a howl.
With a howl the dog sprang forward, snapping the cord, and rushed after his master.
Then the she-wolf sat down, pointed her nose at a star, and began to howl.
It was the long wolf-howl, full-throated and mournful, the first howl he had ever uttered.
The animal emitted a howl; the child winced, but looked resigned.