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Here he slept very comfortably until noon, and then the familiar 'yowl-yowl' awakened him.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND
They galloped away, and the 'yowl-yowl' of the pack died away over the moor.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND
Hippity-Hop gave a yowl of fear, and twisted to scratch Jan's eyes, but he gripped her firmly, though his teeth did not hurt her.
PRINCE JAN, ST. BERNARDFORRESTINE C. HOOKER
Well, jest as I was finished, and was a saying amen, the lordy mercy what a yowl something did give right over me in a tree!
HOOSIER MOSAICSMAURICE THOMPSON
Then he gave a yowl which rang through the schoolroom, providing exhilarating diversion to two hundred lifted heads.
THE BOY SCOUTS BOOK OF STORIESVARIOUS
A sudden yowl from the distressed Claudius impelled Dorothy to move the sofa and rescue him.
AT THE SIGN OF THE JACK O'LANTERNMYRTLE REED
But when I puts the lash among the hounds I dew like to hear 'em yowl; I dew like to see 'em skip, and writhe, and look mad.
IRELAND AS IT ISROBERT JOHN BUCKLEY (AKA R.J.B.)
I got an old Tom-cat at home that would yowl his head off, if I didnt give him his supper, and his breakfast in the morning.
THE CORNER HOUSE GIRLSGRACE BROOKS HILL
One night, however, a heavy blow was heard, accompanied by a yowl from Tom and followed by some sort of scrimmage.
DICK IN THE EVERGLADESA. W. DIMOCK
With a little cat-like yowl she went for him, dropping the broken photograph and spreading all ten claws.
WE CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHINGRUPERT HUGHES
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
JULY 31, 2021
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admonition

WORDS RELATED TO YOWL

  • bawl
  • bawling
  • blubber
  • blubbering
  • howl
  • howling
  • keening
  • lament
  • lamentation
  • mourning
  • shedding tears
  • snivel
  • sob
  • sobbing
  • tears
  • the blues
  • wailing
  • weep
  • whimpering
  • yowl
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