howler : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a joke that seems extremely funny
- n monkey of tropical South American forests having a loud howling cry
- n a glaring blunder
- What's surprising is that Goldfrapp (who started out as the wordless howler on Tricky's finest albums) and musical partner Will Gregory also have a sublime pop sensibility.
- In the footsteps of howler monkeys and endangered black jaguars, they follow mapped plots in the forest, drive stakes into the ground and measure out circles with diameters of 13 .
- As a boy, he was James Howlett: little howler, or wolf boy names are destiny in superhero stories.
News & Articles
- Adventurous Travel in Costa Rica
THE PROBLEM WITH MUDDY, medium-brown river water isn't the color, which looks right and true in the Costa Rican jungle, under a canopy of green rustling with howler monkeys and chatty with birds. The problem is that you can't see Saddam Hussein.
June 17, 2013 - Bloomberg
- Paul Casey in Independent Online
I feel very lucky to be ahead of 'Howler',Casey told the tour's website. "He has had injury and fitness problems for much of the year. If he hadn't I think David would have been so far ahead by now it would all be over."
- Paul Jewell in Times Online
The referee's made a complete and utter howler,Jewell said.
- Steve Bruce in Sportinglife.com
Yes, he committed a terrible howler against Man City. But individual mistakes happen,noted Bruce. "I've taken him aside and told him we all make them - but, please, not any more! I saw Titus produce an unbelievable display at Arsenal. He...