received (part of speech: verb)
ululated (part of speech: verb)
cooed, purred, cawed, called, mooed, bawled, grunted, chattered, growled, howled, ululated, quacked, squawked, clucked, cuckooed, cried, squealed, chirped, warbled, snorted, neighed, yelped, cackled, brayed, bleated, roared, mewed, bellowed, whinnied, crowed, barked, snarled, honked, meowed, hooted, trilled, bayed
- The former gobbled it up at once, barely keeping back her laughter, but Jinny, with a little bow, put hers carefully aside on the edge of her plate, not knowing quite the 'nice' thing to do with it. - "A Prisoner in Fairyland", Algernon Blackwood.
- Once a frog crept up to her unawares and nearly gobbled her up. - "Verotchka's Tales", Mamin Siberiak.
- He did not expect them to stay long; they were gobbled up by the rules of compulsory education just about the age when they could be counted upon to follow orders. - "The Fourth R", George Oliver Smith.