receiving (part of speech: verb)
ululating (part of speech: verb)
crowing, chattering, cackling, squawking, cawing, honking, bleating, grunting, neighing, quacking, mooing, squealing, crying, yelping, growling, hooting, bellowing, baying, chirping, snarling, snorting, clucking, purring, whinnying, howling, cuckooing, trilling, twitting, ululating, calling, meowing, warbling, roaring, mewing, bawling, braying, cooing, barking
- It had often happened that men from the settlements who had gone out for a turkey which had been gobbling, had not returned. - "Betty Zane", Zane Grey.
- He grumbled that he had hoped he had at last found a quiet haven, a place that fitted him like a glove; he protested piercingly against having it " cluttered up with uninteresting, gobbling, gabbling, ordinary people." - "A Woman Named Smith", Marie Conway Oemler.
- But, betwixt the steamboats and the railroads gobbling up everything, and the earth itself taking to spouting oil, things are pretty dead and gone here now. - "Killykinick", Mary T. Waggaman.