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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Bedlam let loose, air a grievance, animal noise, bark, barking, battle cry, bawl, bay, bedlam, beef, beefing, bell, bellow, bellyache, bellyaching, birdcall, bitch, bitching, blare, blast, blat, blate, bleat, bobbery, boggle, boycott, brawl, bray, brouhaha, call, call in question, caterwaul, challenge, charivari, cheer, chirm, clamor, clang, clangor, clap, clatter, commotion, complain, complaining, complaint, compunction, crab, creak, croak, cry, cry out, cry out against, demonstrate, demonstrate against, demonstration, demur, demurrer, destructive criticism, din, discord, dispute, dissent, dolorous tirade, donnybrook, drunken brawl, dustup, enter a protest, exception, expostulate, expostulation, faultfinding, flap, fracas, free-for-all, fret, fret and fume, fuss, give tongue, give voice, grievance, grievance committee, gripe, griping, groan, groaning, grouch, grouse, grousing, growl, grumble, grumbling, grunt, hail, halloo, hell broke loose, holler, hollo, hoot, howling, hubbub, hue and cry, hullabaloo, hurrah, indignation meeting, jangle, jeremiad, keen, kick, kicking, lament, lodge a complaint, loud noise, low, make an outcry, march, mating call, meow, mew, mewl, miaow, moan, moo, murmur, murmuring, mutter, neigh, nicker, noise, noise and shouting, nonviolent protest, note, object, objection, outcry, pandemonium, panic, peeve, peevishness, pet peeve, petulance, picket, picketing, pipe, plaint, planctus, press objections, protest, protest demonstration, protestation, pule, qualm, querulousness, racket, raise a howl, rally, rallying cry, rattle, register a complaint, remonstrance, remonstrate, remonstration, rhubarb, roar, row, ruckus, ruction, rumble, rumpus, scolding, screak, scream, screech, scruple, shindy, shivaree, shout, shriek, shrill, sidesplitter, sigh, sing, sit in, sit-in, skirl, skreigh, snarl, sniping, sob, sough, squall, squawk, squawking, squeak, squeal, state a grievance, stridulation, strike, take on, teach in, teach-in, thunder, thunderclap, tintamarre, tirade, troat, tumult, ululate, ululation, uproar, wail, wail of woe, wailing, war cry, war whoop, whicker, whimper, whine, whining, whinny, whisper, whistle, whoop, woodnote, wrawl, yammer, yap, yapping, yawl, yawp, yell, yell bloody murder, yelp, yelping, yip, yo-ho, yowl
Dictionary Results for howl:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
howl
    n 1: a long loud emotional utterance; "he gave a howl of pain";
         "howls of laughter"; "their howling had no effect" [syn:
         howl, howling, ululation]
    2: the long plaintive cry of a hound or a wolf
    3: a loud sustained noise resembling the cry of a hound; "the
       howl of the wind made him restless"
    v 1: emit long loud cries; "wail in self-pity"; "howl with
         sorrow" [syn: howl, ululate, wail, roar, yawl,
         yaup]
    2: cry loudly, as of animals; "The coyotes were howling in the
       desert" [syn: howl, wrawl, yammer, yowl]
    3: make a loud noise, as of wind, water, or vehicles; "The wind
       was howling in the trees"; "The water roared down the chute"
       [syn: roar, howl]
    4: laugh unrestrainedly and heartily [syn: roar, howl]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Howl \Howl\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Howled; p. pr. & vb. n.
   Howling.] [OE. houlen, hulen; akin to D. huilen, MHG.
   hiulen, hiuweln, OHG. hiuwil[=o]n to exult, h?wo owl, Dan.
   hyle to howl.]
   1. To utter a loud, protracted, mournful sound or cry, as
      dogs and wolves often do.
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            And dogs in corners set them down to howl.
                                                  --Drayton.
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            Methought a legion of foul fiends
            Environ'd me about, and howled in my ears. --Shak.
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   2. To utter a sound expressive of distress; to cry aloud and
      mournfully; to lament; to wail.
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            Howl ye, for the day of the Lord is at hand. --Is.
                                                  xiii. 6.
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   3. To make a noise resembling the cry of a wild beast.
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            Wild howled the wind.                 --Sir W.
                                                  Scott.
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   Howling monkey. (Zool.) See Howler, 2.

   Howling wilderness, a wild, desolate place inhabited only
      by wild beasts. --Deut. xxxii. 10.
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3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Howl \Howl\, v. t.
   To utter with outcry. "Go . . . howl it out in deserts."
   --Philips.
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4. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Howl \Howl\, n.
   1. The protracted, mournful cry of a dog or a wolf, or other
      like sound.
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   2. A prolonged cry of distress or anguish; a wail.
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