Definition of Miaowing

1. Verb. (present participle of miaow) ¹



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Definition of Miaowing

1. miaow [v] - See also: miaow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Miaowing

mi casa, su casa
mia mia
miamis
mianeh disease
mianeh fever
mianserin
mianserin hydrochloride
miaou
miaoued
miaouing
miaous
miaow
miaowed
miaower
miaowers
miaowing (current term)
miaows
miaphysite
miargyrite
miarolitic
miascite
miasm
miasma
miasma theory
miasmal
miasmaler
miasmalest
miasmalike
miasmas
miasmata

Literary usage of Miaowing

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1. The invisible man: A Grotesque Romance by Herbert George Wells (1897)
"... because I saw a crowd round the place, trying to see whence the miaowing came." He was silent for the best part of a minute. Then he resumed abruptly: ..."

2. Twelfth Night: Or, What You Will by William Shakespeare, Henry Norman Hudson (1911)
"... ie 'miaowing' like a cat, 'a cats' concert'. 60. Sir Toby is hopelessly confused in his epithets, which he applies without any consideration for their ..."

3. O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories by Blanche Colton Williams, Harry Hansen, Society of Arts and Sciences (U.S.), Herschel Brickell (1921)
"Madonna, these miaowing troubadours have concocted a world that they themselves will not live in. Have I not sat swigging in tents with great nobles, ..."

4. True Stories of the Great War: Tales of Adventure--heroic Deeds--exploits by Francis Trevelyan Miller (1917)
"And some night when you are on outpost duty and the hail of bullets is most furious, and the miaowing of the shells is maddest, when the air seems a-quiver ..."

5. True Stories of the Great War: Tales of Adventure--heroic Deeds--exploits by Francis Trevelyan Miller (1917)
"And some night when you are on outpost duty and the hail of bullets is most furious, and the miaowing of the shells is maddest, when the air seems a-quiver ..."

6. He Who Gets Slapped: A Play in Four Acts by Leonid Andreyev (1922)
"He had the nerve to fall in love with Consuelo and stood there miaowing at the door like a cat. Everything, Briquet, that you don't know—literature, ..."

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