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  • n. Plural form of caterwauler.

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Examples

  • June 14, 2008 at 8:26 am duz possums laik caterpillers? or izzit caterwaulers

    Happy faic! =) - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • If I find him, I'll make him an example to all midnight caterwaulers, of which this fidler is the loudest.

    The works of John Dryden, $c now first collected in eighteen volumes. $p Volume 04

  • It's the rap-crappers and all the other headbanging caterwaulers ... and those who consider them musicians.

    SOLO - Sense of Life Objectivists

  • The Feb. 1 edition has a cover article called "Obama at One" that contains critiques of Obama from the left that are much more cogent and concise than the cacophonous chorus of caterwaulers on the right.

    OnlineAthens: Top Headlines

  • Now I am not an economist, but even I said "Hang on, how can a country whose main resources are fish and caterwaulers offer returns two percent higher than anyone else?".

    The Guardian World News

  • I find liberal caterwaulers like Michael Moore and Barbra Streisand just as bad, if not worse, than Limbaugh.

    NBC Washington - Top Stories

  • The civility caterwaulers claim that Obama's opponents are trying to "delegitimize" the president, often suggesting that such efforts are racist.

    Articles on National Review Online

  • Although the conservative bloggers and talk-radio caterwaulers, tweaking their nipples and twirling their jockstraps, indulged in yet another orgy of triumphalism as they inflated the magnitude of their heroic role in murdering this bill in its cradle (overcome with vapors, National Review Online contributor Mark Krikorian compared the bill's defeat to General Washington's staunch performance at the Battle of Monmouth, in 1778), it was the anti-Establishment establishmentarians of the mainstream media, in the persons of Dobbs and MSNBC commentator Pat Buchanan, who were the true picadors, pricking this bipartisan package as an "amnesty" bill to the frustration of its advocates and drawing first blood.

    Father Dobbs

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