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howl [1].


Pronunciation: \'ha{udot}l\




1 : to make a loud long mournful cry or sound <Wolves howled at the moon.> <Wind was howling through the trees.>

2 : to cry out loudly (as with pain or amusement) <The audience howled with laughter.>

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Date:Jan 1, 2009
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