wolf-whistle

VERB
  1. whistle or howl approvingly at a female, of males
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How To Use wolf-whistle In A Sentence

  • They wolf-whistled at me, and I was so embarrassed I tripped up.
  • Elsewhere, we see artist Jude Buffum reflect on the financial crisis also through Mario's lens (and made an open plea for more financial system gaming), saw how Shigeru Miyamoto lifted ancient Japanese legend when creating Super Mario, and wolf-whistled at PopCap's Plants Vs. Zombies doing an absolutely phenomenal job of parodying the ubiquitous bosomy banner ads for free-to-play game Evony (above). Boing Boing
  • I was afraid that Mark would wolf-whistle his appreciation or do the hideous thing with his pocket where he pretended to have become erect. MUSIC FOR BOYS
  • This measurement was for his new uniform, she assured him, while his colleagues wolf-whistled and clapped.
  • The last time she went out wearing those ripped jeans she got several wolf-whistles.
  • This measurement was for his new uniform, she assured him, while his colleagues wolf-whistled and clapped.
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