redact, ditch, throw away, toot, vomit up, draw, contrive, project, throw off, bang, gag, caterwaul, cast off, swan, cast, spew, eruct, ptyalize, throw, cronk, puke, purge, cheep, scour, spit, croak, barf, clack, be sick, toss, stray, vomit, spue, heave, cat, shake off, flush, pat, beep, claxon, sick, retch, drift, sanctify, frame, regorge, drop, clash, mould, wander, vagabond, reproduce, spew out, noise, regurgitate, upchuck, spill, hurl, throw up, disgorge, mold, tramp, clank, hurtle, range, roam, shed, couch, rove, chuck, clang, purify, roll, ptyalise, ramble, put
loudness (part of speech: noun)
ululation (part of speech: noun)
ululate (part of speech: verb)
crow, chatter, cackle, snort, caw, growl, bleat, gobble, moo, purr, mew, squawk, cry, whinny, cuckoo, grunt, bellow, bay, chirp, roar, snarl, cluck, neigh, warble, hoot, yelp, squeal, trill, twit, call, howl, ululate, quack, meow, bawl, bray, coo, bark
- There was a loud honk at the door. - "Kildares of Storm", Eleanor Mercein Kelly.
- But you who know his prairie- tales must have read between the lines,- for who, unless he loved the honk of the wild geese, could write, to those who have heard it year by year it is the sweetest, most insistent of music. - "A Breath of Prairie and other stories", Will Lillibridge.
- Just then they heard the Honk! - "Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Big Woods", Laura Lee Hope.