howler

[ hou-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF howler

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You've no idea, Dick, what a howler and piler this storm is.

But when winter comes, Howler and his friends get together and hunt in packs.

He is the “Howler” and “the Ruddy One”, and rides a wild boar.

But once in a long while there'll be a howler, and that's what the barometer is trying to tell us now.

The operator noticed that the connection was open and put on the howler.

The "Howler" is much prized by the Indians as an article of food.

He sat down and took up the last number of the Howler which lay on the table.

He called Scraggs on the howler and explained the situation.

Like Howler he can go a surprising length of time without food and still retain his strength.

The receiver is designed specially for the purpose and is known as a "howler."

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