Definition of Yowl. Meaning of Yowl. Synonyms of Yowl

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Definition of Yowl

Yowl
Yowl Yowl, v. i. [See Yawl, v. i.] To utter a loud, long, and mournful cry, as a dog; to howl; to yell.
Yowl
Yowl Yowl, n. A loud, protracted, and mournful cry, as that of a dog; a howl.

Meaning of Yowl from wikipedia

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- Maryn Jones, known by the stage name Yowler, is an American musician. Jones is the guitarist and lead vocalist of the band All Dogs and formerly a member...
- eventually, the female allows the male to mate. The female utters a loud yowl as the male pulls out of her because a male cat's **** has a band of about...
- Alfheim (Greater) (1988),Creature Catalog (Greater) (1993) Lesser and Greater Yowler 121 Creature Catalogue (1986),Creature Catalog (1993) Zombie, Lightning...
- the mouth is first opened and then gradually closed (meowing, howling, yowling) sounds produced with the mouth held tensely open in the same position...
- hisses. During the mating season, estrus females produce caterwauls or yowls to attract mates and males respond with similar vocals. Mothers and offspring...
- brakes, over which the singer-b****ist emitted a larynx-lacerating growl-yowl." In an article from September 1988 by the New York Times, writer Jon Pareles...
- told a story in later concerts that attributed his name change to a cat's yowling. The authors of Hank Williams: The Biography pointed out that "Hank" sounded...
- include bleating, coughing, growling, hissing, meowing and moaning (or yowling). A bleat indicates distress, for instance when a cheetah confronts a predator...
- well known for being very vocal cats. They are known for their frequent yowling or howling, trilling, chirping, and making other loud vocalizations.[obsolete source]...