[ UK /jˈa‍ʊl/ ]
VERB
  1. cry loudly, as of animals
    The coyotes were howling in the desert
  2. utter shrieks, as of cats
NOUN
  1. a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal)
    his bellow filled the hallway
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How To Use yowl In A Sentence

  • However, I took the risk of putting a hand close to a yowling muzzle and was greeted with a cold nose and a non-committal snuffle before the full-on baying started again.
  • Listen long enough and you can hear the high-pitched, enthusiastic yip yowl of coyotes; the long, keening howl of the wolves.
  • We shall be awake with her yowling all night. Somewhere East of Life
  • Instantly, he sprang back, picked up Nick, dodged around the Hand, and sprinted off with a triumphant yowl. ABHORSEN
  • And with this Mrs. Shum began sobbin; and Miss Betsy began yowling like a cat in a gitter; and pore missis cried, too — tears is so remarkable infeckshus. The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush
  • Cale let out a yowl of pain that the coyotes in Arizona could hear and envy.
  • The yaps and yowls are almost deafening, and as other sleds depart, your dogs go absolutely mental, tugging on their leads and jumping forwards.
  • Sea of Cowards," the band's sludgier, yowlier follow-up, showcases the interplay between White and Mosshart to a greater advantage than "Horehound" did. Album review: The Dead Weather, "Sea of Cowards"
  • He let out a muffled yowl as he landed face-first on top of Mike, who was still on the floor.
  • There was a sudden silence of its pattering feet, a hiss and a hideous yowl. AN OLDER WOMAN
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