His portrait of Izzy Yanay, a partner in the highly regarded Hudson Valley Foie Gras, is a howler.
But when winter comes, howler and his friends get together and hunt in packs.
You've no idea, Dick, what a howler and piler this storm is.
They were considerably larger than any we had seen; indeed, the howler is the largest monkey in the New World.
He sat down and took up the last number of the howler which lay on the table.
The operator noticed that the connection was open and put on the howler.
He called Scraggs on the howler and explained the situation.
In the Hebrew it is tannoth, howler—jackal; making a noise like the howling jackal in the wilderness.
The receiver is designed specially for the purpose and is known as a "howler."
The telephone call at five minutes past twelve, and the howler put on soon afterward, checks up.
A very funny mistake, esp in something written or spoken rather solemnly; also, a serious and obvious mistake: His misuse of ''Rappaport'' for ''rapport'' was the season's howler (1844+)