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  • noun Plural form of yowler.


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  • But this can only have been meant to apply to house-cats, cats of the palace, accustomed to the etiquette of courts; it cannot have been meant for proletarian cats of the gutter, the Jimmie Higgins variety of red revolutionary yowlers.

    Jimmie Higgins Upton Sinclair 1923

  • Besides, the article was just printed, ou have to give the yowlers a few hours to start their remarks!!!

    The Natchez Democrat 2010

  • They are woofers and growlers, yappers and yowlers - barking dogs that annoy humans and ignite conflicts in cities across the Valley. | news 2009

  • Danforth-Coxwell as Greek and Indian and some branches were crawling with yowlers. " - Home Page 2010


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