caterwaul


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Synonyms for caterwaul

to quarrel noisily

Synonyms for caterwaul

the yowling sound made by a cat in heat

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utter shrieks, as of cats

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Their top 10 of words that deserve to be used more often is: caterwaul (howling or wailing noise), concinnity (harmonious arrangement or fitting together), flapdoodle (nonsense), knavery (roguish act), melange (mixture), obambulate (to walk about), opsimath (a person who studies late in life), philistine (hostile to culture and the arts), rapscallion (rascal) and subtopia (unsightly suburb and development).
3) That he still wanted Kat after hearing her caterwaul at karaoke (X Factor, eat ya heart out).
To Elliott's female-specific caterwaul, retorts and general reinforcement is provided by a pantheon of rent-a-guests, including Ludacris, Da Brat, Eve, Busta Rhymes and Ginuwine.
On a subsequent night, he was awakened by the caterwaul that jolted him from the arms of Morpheus and first revealed to him the moonlit family of jaguars.
I don't want to sound like I think all metal bands sound the same - they really don't - but sometimes it's interesting to see just how a band will differentiate itself from the metallic, screeching caterwaul.
We had worthy meaningless pleas to change the world, save the planet and create a better tomorrow (yeah yeah), empty bombast (a clutch of warblers seemingly competing in an international sweepstake as to who could shriek and caterwaul the loudest and longest), folksy strumming, perky insipid ditties and faintly sinister stalkerpop with lyrics about "coming to get you" and being "taken by a stranger".
Among the words the team of four 11 and 12-year-olds had to spell were ecclesiastical, ventriloquist, caterwaul and kamikaze.
The Jingle Cats are real cats that meow, yowl, croon and caterwaul the tunes of holiday classics.
I like the way food moves to music, and Factor's urbane reference to sag paneer, but according to my dictionary caterwaul means "to make the characteristic harsh cry of a rutting cat," so it's redundant to say that a cat "caterwauls a sexual brand of labor.
On the other hand, she's cruelly been dubbed the Spektor caterwaul of sound.
The group is in amazing form on this set, with Robinson's throaty, burbling, half-swallowed lead vocals pushing a hypnotic, disorienting, code-switch-laden blend of punk caterwaul, grandmamma moaning, professorial lecture, instructional recitations and gutbucket-blues wail.
Wallis works through a dizzying array of screams, shrieks and caterwauls as the wafer thin plot careens out of control around her, and we eventually lose interest.
Fanning Effie Gray Wallis works through a dizzying array of screams, shrieks and caterwauls as the wafer thin plot careens out of control around her, and we eventually lose interest.
As two tall stage-side video monitors flashed jittery EKG-like images of shifting, popping jagged lines, Yorke's swooping vocals push their limits, running from a warm gentleness one second into weird caterwauls and anguished wailing the next.
I mean, far be it from me to say that in my opinion she's over-rated, caterwauls the house down and is lucky she hasn't been dumped before.