Yowl (verb)

  1. To utter a long, loud, mournful cry, as of a cat or a dog.
  2. To express oneself with a loud, prolonged cry or howl, as in pain or anger.

Origin:

Middle english yowelen, from old english gēawlian.

Examples:

  1. The cat yowled when it saw the dog outside.
  2. The dog yowled in pain after it was hit by a car.
  3. The baby yowled for hours before it fell asleep.
  4. The bear yowled as it roamed the forest.
  5. The man yowled in anger as he slammed the door shut.
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