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To the human ear, the long, drawn-out howl sounds lonesome and mournful.
It is a long and clear howl not interrupted by short yaps and barks.
Dogs are not allowed to habitually bark, howl, or yelp so as to disturb the peace of the neighborhood.
The call known as the wail is easily heard over long distances, sounding similar to a wolf's howl.
At dawn or dusk the coyote can be heard calling in a series of yelps followed by a long howl.
Look at all the discrimination directed against us, they howl.
Gray wolves, the largest canines, are known for their hierarchical social structure and iconic howl.
The picture speaks so clearly over the howl of the wind.
Bigger than coyotes but smaller than wolves, their howl is high-pitched and their diet includes deer and small rodents.
For many people, hearing coyotes howl in the distance is a beautiful experience.
Small and furry, the carnivores are known for their unearthly howl and cranky temperament.
Wolves may howl at any time of the day or night, and once one wolf starts, others may join in.
The office staff and the doctor all had a great howl about my answer.
His motto is to get the thing done and let them howl.
By dinnertime the wires and stone corners of the village had set up a mournful howl.
As the sun set and the canyon went dark, the wind began to howl.
He leans into a turn and, with a howl, resumes his headlong descent.
We received these strictures with a howl of anguish and a scream of mortified vanity.
Disturbed by the noise, the bear began to rush about his cage and howl lamentably.
The foxes feared that the howl would attract human hunters who would take all the rabbits and leave the foxes to starve.
As loudly as those who happen to disagree with a given decision may howl, the rule of law counts for more than any other factor.
With the predictable howl of popular fury subsiding, that has begun to produce the desired results.
Her intensity seemed to jump from the screen with a howl at the way no one was talking about her.
The howl of pain from the slain lieutenant's father had toppled the chain of command.
Suddenly there's a blood-curdling howl-one that's not in the script.
The wolf let out a triumphal howl from a merry throat and kissed the sheep with jaws that tore not.
Bull gators coughed and roared back in the swamps, and once there came a lonely howl that he identified as the red wolf.
After a while, the bad singers and the canned insults tend to blend into one headache-inducing howl.
He remembers the darkness of the pine forest, and the footprints, and his terror when the creature began to howl.
Wolves are legendary because of their spine-tingling howl, which they use to communicate.
The howl of a gray wolf isn't only a mysterious sound in the wilderness.
After hearing a family group of coyotes howl, it is easy to get the impression that the woods must be overflowing with coyotes.
Biologists have identified a few of the reasons wolves howl.
Biologists have identified a few of the reasons that wolves howl.
Additional surveys were done by snow-tracking wolf packs in the winter, and by howl surveys in the summer.
Wolves are noted for their distinctive howl, which they use as a form of communication.
The dogs howl curses at me, and hunt me down the road.
Bring clothes you don't mind getting wet, a towel, and dry clothes and prepare to howl at the moon.
The sister did tell her brothers and when they heard the dogs howl and give the signal they were scared and started to run.
Their howl can sound disturbing to those unfamiliar with its town.

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