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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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No caterwauling munchkins trying to impress a panto cast on Cowell's Karaoke, and for the fifth Saturday in a row, Match of the Day to look forward to
I only mention it because the fake cacophonous caterwauling that accompanied ITV's much-hyped and feebly unfunny new 'comedy' Vicious really got my back up.
My caterwauling cat I HAVE every respect for those who take an obvious delight in playing the bagpipes, kettles and big bass drums and those who enjoy and applaud the skirl, rattle and thud.
The Spice Girls star, famed for throwing up a peace sign and caterwauling a new wave Halfamed fo of femiuttereSpicsomgenbeiintmWgupow feminism in the 90s, has admitted her favourite phrase was first uttered by someone else.
Others types of emailers include 'The Caterwauling Peacock', which broadcasts emails to all and sundry, claiming that people 'need to know' when actually they are really just grandstanding, the 'Back-Covering Emu', who sends emails in order to be able to prove, at a later date, that the information was passed on, and the 'Echoing Mynah', who acknowledges every single email.
Opener Dauddegtri is a frenetic, caterwauling swell of organ and guitar where Dauddegpedwar's malleable ring buries itself deep into the brain.
Lydon then goes into the opening line of "you never listen to a word that I say" with the whole audience singing along to his now trademark snarling caterwauling vocal.
Nothing is more irritating than to be subjected to the caterwauling of some of our contemporary "artists" while cringing in trepidation at what's to come at the patient's end of the drill.
When read in context, though, beyond the din of self-righteous caterwauling, they hardly qualify as anything of the kind.
amp;nbsp;"To borrow a phrase from Montgomery Burns, it was more 'off-key caterwauling," wrote the Washington Post.
While The Pink Panther 2 leaves us caterwauling for mercy this week, Hotel For Dogs turns out to be a decidedly finer pedigree of comedy, a family-oriented tale of two enterprising orphans, whose enduring love for their four-legged friends sparks a magical adventure.
Hitting the highs: To warm up her three-octave vocal range, 28-year-old Mandy Gonzalez practices a caterwauling voice routine she calls her "fire engine.
This is the Government, remember, whose favourite cultural pursuits include fawning over vacuous "celebrities" and caterwauling pop-stars at numerous glossy receptions at Number 10.
For years after, I assaulted the public's ears with my overconfident caterwauling -- along to our car's radio, during school programs, at the supermarket along with the Muzak.
Instead of the usual caterwauling about global warming's effects, Manzi's idea--that we should put technology to work to address the problem--is refreshing.