make a howl
say or express with a howl
long loud wailing cry of a dog, etc.
loud cry of a person expressing pain, etc.
"he gave a howl of pain"
"howls of laughter"
"their howling had no effect"
"the howl of the wind made him restless"
"wail in self-pity"
"howl with sorrow"
"The coyotes were howling in the desert"
"The wind was howling in the trees"
"The water roared down the chute"
Dolly clutched her belly and gave a sudden grunting howl.
出自： J. Krantz
The attitude of The Times provoked howls of indignation.
出自： P. Howard
At night from my bedroom I would listen to the coyotes howling.
出自： C. Chaplin
They were howling with grief, the tears drenched their faces as they rocked in..sorrow.
出自： V. S. Pritchett
The audience, after howling with derision during the first act, ended up applauding wildly.
出自： V. Glendinning
He was talking rubbish and the crowd howled him down.
The students howled down the speaker, because they did not like his opinions.
It's not polite to howl down a speaker.
The noisy howled down the speaker.
They howled down the opposition.
这个男人疼得突然大叫起来。 howl sth ⇔ out
They howled out their hatred.