1 Or, if for any reason thought to be corporeally incapacitated for that, yet such an one would seem superlatively competent to cheer and howl on his underlings to the attack.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleGet Context In CHAPTER 41. Moby Dick.
2 There's your true Ashantee, gentlemen; there howl your pagans; where you ever find them, next door to you; under the long-flung shadow, and the snug patronising lee of churches.
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3 Each time, Marija would emit a howl and fly at them, shaking her fists in their faces, stamping upon the floor, purple and incoherent with rage.
4 Little Kotrina, who was all alone with him, ran out screaming for help, and after a while a doctor came, but not until Kristoforas had howled his last howl.
5 Such a howl from the newspapers followed this that Duane was slated for sacrifice, and barely got out of town in time.
6 Over this sign of their success, they sent up a howl, like an opening from so many hounds who had recovered a lost trail.
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7 The woman was commencing a low and plaintive howl at the sad and shameful spectacle, when the chief put forth his hand and gently pushed her aside.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperGet Context In CHAPTER 23
8 The women and children, who lingered around the entrance, took up the words in an echo, which was succeeded by another shrill and plaintive howl.
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9 The damned howl and scream at one another, their torture and rage intensified by the presence of beings tortured and raging like themselves.
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10 At the first howl the horses began to strain and rear, but the driver spoke to them soothingly, and they quieted down, but shivered and sweated as though after a runaway from sudden fright.
11 All at once the wolves began to howl as though the moonlight had had some peculiar effect on them.
12 After a while there was the low howl again out in the shrubbery, and shortly after there was a crash at the window, and a lot of broken glass was hurled on the floor.
13 The dogs dashed on, but at the threshold suddenly stopped and snarled, and then, simultaneously lifting their noses, began to howl in most lugubrious fashion.
14 Either there was a roaring in my ears or I heard afar off the howl of wolves.
15 Upon this they forgot Kurtz, and began to howl at me with indignant protests.