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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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The wolf man is very amusing – he howels everytime they introduce him.
At which point Howie howels, "YOU BE A MAN!" and beats his chest.
Teh howels in der walls didunt tayk mush filling in.
The night is dark, the tempest howels, the ship is lashed with turbulent waves, the helmsman is steering to the whirlpool, our remonstrances are unheeded, and we must restrain him, or the crew must sink together submerged in irretrievable ruin.
Basically, you have a bunch of sound affects from animal howels, to screaching screams, and jabbering jibberish, which all sound cute and scary.
If 96\% of Whites Voted from McCain, the howels coming from my 'hood would be heard from sea to shining sea.
Akshully, I has a curious about teh wiskers – tehy dusn’t luk liek tehy gots too close to fyers, but howels dus tehy has a curly?