What is howling?

  • (noun): A long loud emotional utterance.
    Example: "Their howling had no effect"
    Synonyms: howl, ululation
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The Howling
... The Howling is a 1977 horror novel by Gary Brandner ... It was the inspiration for the 1981 film The Howling, although the plot of the film was only vaguely similar to that of the book ... Brandner wrote two sequels to the novel, The Howling II in 1979 (later republished as Return of the Howling) and The Howling III Echoes in 1985 ...
List Of Horror Film Antagonists - Q
... Eddie Quist aka The Mangler (The Howling) - Robert Picardo Marsha Quist (The Howling) - Elisabeth Brooks T.C ... Quist (The Howling) - Don McLeod ...
Leatherneck Raiders - Fictional Team History
... Savage, who modeled his squad after his one-time associate Nick Fury's Howling Commandos ... Savage had appeared in several of the Howling Commando issues as the commander of the USS Sea Wolf, a submarine taking them on missions ... force in World War II, they never achieved the recognition that the Howling Commandos received ...
The Howling Miller
... The Howling Miller (Finnish Ulvova mylläri) is a 1981 novel by the Finnish author Arto Paasilinna ... The main character of the novel is the howling miller, who sometimes acts strangely but is otherwise a goodhearted hardworking honest man ... He sometimes keeps the villagers up all night by howling and getting all the dogs in the village worked up to howl with him ...
Howling
... Howling can refer to Howling, vocalisations of the wolf Howling, similar vocalisations of dogs The Howling, a 1977 horror novel by Gary Brandner The Howling (film), a 1981 film loosely ...

More definitions of "howling":

  • (adj): Noisy with or as if with loud cries and shouts.
    Example: "A howling wind"
    Synonyms: crying, yelling, shouting

Famous quotes containing the word howling:

    Here is this vast, savage, howling mother of ours, Nature, lying all around, with such beauty, and such affection for her children, as the leopard; and yet we are so early weaned from her breast to society, to that culture which is exclusively an interaction of man on man,—a sort of breeding in and in, which produces at most a merely English nobility, a civilization destined to have a speedy limit.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The cannon thunders ... limbs fly in all directions ... one can hear the groans of victims and the howling of those performing the sacrifice ... it’s Humanity in search of happiness.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)

    Generally speaking, a howling wilderness does not howl: it is the imagination of the traveler that does the howling.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)