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Synonyms for howl

Synonyms for howl

to utter or emit a long, mournful, plaintive sound

to cry loudly, as a healthy child does from pain or distress


to make inarticulate sounds of grief or pain, usually accompanied by tears

to express great amusement or mirth

a long, mournful cry

something or someone uproariously funny or absurd

Synonyms for howl

a long loud emotional utterance

the long plaintive cry of a hound or a wolf

Related Words

a loud sustained noise resembling the cry of a hound

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cry loudly, as of animals

make a loud noise, as of wind, water, or vehicles

laugh unrestrainedly and heartily

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The book is being produced and designed by gallery co-owner and accomplished tattoo artist Andy Howl and published in association with the Church of Satan.
Howl at the Moon currently operates clubs in 16 cities from coast to coast.
He was a graduate student in college when he first became interested in wolves and wondered why they howl.
His appointment comes after the departure of Sue Howl earlier this week.
Chloe Howl first came to attention in late 2012 with No Strings, and following the success of her Rumour EP, she's picked up plaudits from the likes of Huw Stephens and Annie Mac.
FOR BUDDING BARDS: Luxx, aka Lisa Parhad, outside the Blue Rooms in Byram Arcade where she will compere live poetry with a Howl Picture by Paul Welch (PW280112Bblue-
Ginsberg's naked and trembling victims fill his poem with wails, screams, shrieks and animal howls of pain, Aristotelian pity and terror fill Dante's heart when he sees and hears the suffering of his friends.
Howl said, "I think we ought to live happily ever after," and she thought he meant it.
And what kind of sound could possibly be as reverential as the howl of a bugle?
Based on a novel by British author Diana Wynne Jones, ''Howl's Moving Castle'' follows the transformation of a quiet hat shop seamstress into an old grandmother figure who is swept into the fantastical world of sorcery by a wizard named Howl.
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It's interesting, for example, to hear both the pride and the slight tinge of annoyance in his voice when he describes his first impressions of the poem; after hearing Ginsberg read Howl (at the famous Six Gallery reading), Ferlinghetti recalls he sent him a telegram "mimicking what Emerson had purportedly written Whitman upon first reading Leaves of Grass: 'I greet you at the beginning of a great career.
Jenny Manley, who owns the Howling Dog Kennels in Hythe, Hampshire, has 24 Siberian huskies that howl in the open.
When Laurie began to play her flute, Brian's dog, Rusty, began to howl.