Definition of growl:
nag, fuss, sounds, lumber, bite someone's head off, pitch, raise your voice, rage, bellyache, rumble, hum, carp, yowl, gripe, scold, repine, grouch, grouse, maunder, gurgle, gnarl, yammer, whimper, yawp, gore, mumble, cast, wail, crab, find fault, beef, lash out, caterwaul, grizzle, inveigh, putter, beach, claw, tear into, fizz, croak, abuse, noise, thunder, kick, frisk, clunk, mutter, roll, bristle, babble, thud, bite, murmur, complain, boom, grump, whine, keen, let fly, jump down someone's throat, growling, grumble, remonstrate, whinge, drone, bitch, buck, burrow, tell off, kvetch.
- cry (part of speech: verb)
- ululation (part of speech: noun)
- ululate (part of speech: verb)
" Easy, Rover- be careful," Hugh called from the door, and instantly the half- savage growl which the wind had brought to his ear was changed into a piteous cry, as if the faithful creature were answering back that other help than his was needed there.- "Bad Hugh", Mary Jane Holmes.
- "When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete", Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 15, 2009.
Well, the night wore slowly on- one, two, three, four hours- and Frank was just looking at the rifle, and pretending to aim at something in the falling snow, when, all at once, Briton uttered a low warning growl and sprang to his feet.- "Crusoes of the Frozen North", Gordon Stables.