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synonyms for howling

  • gusty
  • turbulent
  • windy
  • gusting
  • inclement
  • raging
  • roaring
  • rough
  • tempestuous
  • violent
  • wild
  • babbling
  • bubbling
  • burbling
  • cackle
  • chortle
  • chuckle
  • chuckling
  • crow
  • fit
  • gesture
  • giggle
  • giggling
  • guffaw
  • peal
  • rejoicing
  • rippling
  • roar
  • shout
  • shriek
  • snicker
  • amusement
  • cachinnation
  • glee
  • hilarity
  • merriment
  • mirth
  • snigge
  • amusement
  • chuckle
  • giggle
  • glee
  • guffaw
  • hilarity
  • laugh
  • mirth
  • roar
  • shout
  • shriek
  • snicker
  • cachinnation
  • cackle
  • chortle
  • crow
  • crowing
  • fit
  • merriment
  • peal
  • rejoicing
  • roaring
  • snigger
  • snort
  • titter
  • chortling
  • chuckling
  • giggling
  • guffawing
  • har-de-har
  • tee-hee
  • yuck

antonyms for howling

MOST RELEVANT
  • calm
  • still
  • apathetic
  • calm
  • cold
  • cool
  • dull
  • gentle
  • good
  • happy
  • indifferent
  • kind
  • mild
  • moderate
  • nice
  • pleasant
  • quiet
  • tame
  • uncaring
  • weak
  • meek
  • nonviolent
  • peaceful
  • tender
  • unthreatening
      • calm
      • civilized
      • controllable
      • controlled
      • delicate
      • gentle
      • manageable
      • mild
      • moderate
      • orderly
      • tame
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              How to use howling in a sentence

              I watched as another officer pulled Otto’s stuffed dinosaur, Puppy, out of his toddler clutches so they could scan its fluffy body, and even after my family was out of sight, I could still hear Otto’s howling.
              THE DISEMPOWERING EXPERIENCE OF FLYING AS A DISABLED PERSONREBEKAH TAUSSIGNOVEMBER 1, 2021TIME
              The falling dew, and the howling wind raised him not from that bed of lonely despair.
              THE PASTOR'S FIRE-SIDE VOL. 3 OF 4JANE PORTER
              A fearsome thunderstorm or howling tornado of dust might reveal her fickleness of mood at any moment.
              THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
              And with that the host gave him such a kick as sent him howling into the street, amidst the roars of the company.
              THE BOOK OF ANECDOTES AND BUDGET OF FUN;VARIOUS
              The wind is howling, and the rain is pelting against the parlour windows of the Banking-house, whose blinds are drawn close down.
              BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
              For the cry is gone round about the border of Moab: the howling thereof unto Gallim, and unto the well of Elim the cry thereof.
              THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
              "In the night I heard the howling of a dog," she said, and then flushed up to the roots of her hair when we burst out laughing.
              THREE MORE JOHN SILENCE STORIESALGERNON BLACKWOOD
              Then, lifting its head and muzzle to the sky, it opened its long jaws and gave vent to a dismal and prolonged howling.
              THREE MORE JOHN SILENCE STORIESALGERNON BLACKWOOD
              I hurled my pipe into the smouldering coals; I tossed a crutch at little Colonel, and the dog ran howling from the room.
              THE SOLDIER OF THE VALLEYNELSON LLOYD
              The assassins in the court-yard, with weapons reeking with blood, were howling for their prey.
              MADAME ROLAND, MAKERS OF HISTORYJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
              SYNONYM OF THE DAY
              OCTOBER 26, 1985
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              WORDS RELATED TO HOWLING

              • gusting
              • gusty
              • howling
              • inclement
              • raging
              • roaring
              • rough
              • tempestuous
              • turbulent
              • violent
              • wild
              • windy
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