She smiles, which sounds like a small thing, but a lot of Republicans growl.
“A growl and a shake,” the attorney, Jasper Monti, tells The Daily Beast.
Students moan and growl and shriek and yawp, as if exorcising demons in a ritualistic ceremony.
1660s, from Middle English grollen "to rumble, growl" (early 15c.), from Old French grouler "to rumble," said to be from Frankish; probably ultimately of imitative origin. Related: Growled; growling. The noun is 1727, from the verb.
To complain; mutter angrily (1707+)