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See Spanish definition of alarido
1(person) dar alaridos(dog) aullar(cat) maullar
- Several times a day she comes along moaning and yowling.
- I often hear them at night scampering about, shrieking and yowling.
- Right now the cat next door is yowling to be let in.
- Then a cat started yowling under my window, and soon another one joined in.
- Is it possible that I can actually hear foxes yowling?
- Typically, he yowled all the way to the surgery, then flirted outrageously with the vet,.
- I don't know how many times during the day she yowled to be let out to test it, give it a thump and come back in, glaring at me.
- Dolly insisted on going out for a little while, and yowled at the door until I opened it.
- Along she came to see what was up, plodded over to the kitchen door all bleary eyed, and yowled to be let out.
- They were very handsome big cats, always lazy except when Minet would yowl for a night or two of freedom.
- Kemi chased the butterflies until they flew away, and then she yowled for more playthings.
- Whitney yowled and pounced gleefully into the mess, her tail twitching excitedly.
- I walk into the upstairs hallway, tripping over our cat, Milo, who yowls in protest.
- He or she may bark or yowl in a vain attempt to get you to just as miraculously reappear.
- There was more arguing, yowling, then the sheets were pulled off and I gasped at the shock of the cold air against my skin.
- Officers were strutting around before their troops, waving swords and yowling, psyching them up.
- Thraest yowled, hands flying up to his face as he reeled back.
- Switchblade yowled in protest and dug his claws into the seat.
- He stood panting hard, then yowled and drew his sword, wielding it like a bat as he swung.
- The panther and cat yowled their fury but the ends of the vines sunk roots for themselves and were immovable.
1(of person) alarido masculine(de dolor) (of person) grito masculine(of dog) aullido masculine(of cat) maullido masculine
- Muffled cries and yells could now be heard, along with a yowl of pain.
- Olympia yet out a yowl of pain, and the tried to bite at his face.
- I dropped my heavy backpack on his foot, effectively earning a yowl of pain.
- Cale let out a yowl of pain that the coyotes in Arizona could hear and envy.
- He stared wide eyed at the creatures before him, his last yowl of pain being cut short.
- John yowls in pain and spins around with a backfist without even looking.
- Sure, coyotes howled during the night, their yips and yowls bouncing off the mountains and across the valley.
- Vicki gave a loud yowl and everyone else stared at us.
- His body fell into a light spasm as the pain set up, ripping a yowl from his possibly broken jaw.
- Shrieking yowls rang through the cold trees behind me, unearthly and terrifying, and that fear was all that dragged me to my feet again.
- There would have been some yowls of agony, and that would have been that.
- You could hear the yowls all the way to Texas.
- Those yowls only mingled with the cries of their competitors, the noises from animals and carts and other traffic.
- Misti jumped from his shoulders with a yowl as he fell into Ryan.
- He let out a little yowl and looked at me like he'd seen a ghost.
- She graced me with a yowl, which I took, mistakenly, to mean general agreement.
- From the adjacent room came the sudden sound of running water and an insulted yowl.
- All I got for my concern was a glare but not long afterwards a great yowl came at the door as she demanded entrance.
- He let out a muffled yowl as he landed face-first on top of Mike, who was still on the floor.
- I screech, and Aryan, who was napping at the foot of my bed, bolts up, yowls unhappily at me, and stampedes down the hall.
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