Definition of Howled

1. Verb. (past of howl) ¹



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Definition of Howled

1. howl [v] - See also: howl

Lexicographical Neighbors of Howled

howfs
howieite
howitz
howitzer
howitzerlike
howitzers
howitzes
howk
howked
howker
howkers
howking
howks
howl
howl out
howled (current term)
howler
howler monkey
howler monkeys
howlers
howlet
howlets
howling
howling(a)
howlingly
howlings
howlite
howls
howness
howp

Literary usage of Howled

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. My Theatrical and Musical Recollections by Emily Soldene (1897)
"Those were the days when the gallery howled at Mr. James Mortimer of the ... They howled that night, but did not disturb the equanimity of James, who, ..."

2. Kate Beaumont by John William De Forest (1872)
"You howled to perfection. Now go and buy something. Do buy something of Jenny Devine, — won't you ? " Mary's eyes were very appealing. ..."

3. Official Report of the National Australasian Convention Debates: Sydney, 2 by New South Wales (1891)
"Has he forgotten the fable of the east wind and the sun—how the east wind howled and blew on the traveller; but the more it howled and blew the closer he ..."

4. The Crime Against Kansas: The Apologies for the Crime. The True Remedy by Charles Sumner (1856)
"... yet, when they list, would creep, If aught disturbed their noise, into her womb, And kennel there, yet there still barked and howled Within, unseen. ..."

5. History of the Expedition to Russia Undertaken by the Emperor Napoleon, in by Philippe-Paul Ségur (1825)
"... but they marched in such regular platoons that they still had doubts on the subject; and if those wretches had not howled at the moment of attack, ..."

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