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  • noun Plural form of alouatte.

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Examples

  • A dark forest only could be seen, and, as night drew on, the horrid cries of the alouattes, or howling monkeys, mingling with the voices of other nocturnal animals, filled the woods.

    The Forest Exiles The Perils of a Peruvian Family in the Wilds of the Amazon

  • Now may be heard the wild, disagreeable cries of the howling monkeys (_alouattes_), and the barking of the dog-wolf; and, blending with these, the croaking of the tree-toads and the shrill tinkling of the bell-frog.

    The Rifle Rangers

  • A dark forest only could be seen, and, as night drew on, the horrid cries of the alouattes, or howling monkeys, mingling with the voices of other nocturnal animals, filled the woods.

    Popular Adventure Tales

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