The president had howled with laughter and sent Buckey, his personal aide, out to find her missing shoe.
The Scythians doing this howled with joy, according to the Father of History.
If Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker were mayor of Chicago, labor and allies would have howled him down.
But whether they were good or not, he howled when he told them.
It seemed to me that the wolves had howled most of the night.
"Ouch," Grunty howled, as his mother sent him sprawling once more.
Jason Philip raged and howled when she returned the next morning; but she was silent.
The horses neighed, the oxen bellowed, and the dogs barked and howled.
The luckless one is howled out of the wardroom and invited to set 'em up when he comes back.
A guinea pig, a guinea pig, a guinea pig, howled the student of heredity.
early 13c., houlen, probably ultimately of imitative origin; similar formations are found in other Germanic languages. Related: Howled; howling. As a noun from 1590s.