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Noun
A loud cry, scream or shout
“If an actor's raw howl of grief affects an audience with primal power, why dilute or blunt that experience with words?”
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A long, doleful cry, typically by an animal such as a dog or wolf
“A wolf's howl rang through the forest, and the forest grew darker.”
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An expression of grief or dissatisfaction
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“The new tariff on sugar houses recently promulgated has caused a howl of dissatisfaction from some of the planters in the vicinity of New Orleans.”
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A loud, almost violent, noise or yelling or shouting in unison
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“He was greeted by a howl from the crowd, and several kicks and punches were aimed at him.”
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A hearty or enthusiastic laugh
“The skit was met with a hearty howl from the tickled audience.”
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A sudden burst of something such as rain, sound, or emotion
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A sudden loud, sharp noise
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An impressively large or varied display of something
Verb
To cry or scream out loudly
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“I began to howl in agony and begged for mercy before collapsing.”
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To laugh out loud
“The audience would howl at his rather tastefully executed joke.”
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To cry or weep loudly
“They thought he would weep and wail and howl with grief. They thought he would tear his clothes with agony. But he didn't.”
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To have the weather be rough or violent
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To express an objection to what someone has said or done
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