growl

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growl englannista suomeksi

  1. murista, murahtaa

  2. murina

  1. Substantiivi

  2. murina|, mörinä|

  3. kurina

  4. Verbi

  5. murista

growl englanniksi

  1. A deep, rumbling, threatening sound made in the throat by an animal.

  2. (quote-journal)|location=New Haven, Conn.|publisher=Published by Thomas H. Pease; printed by T. J. Stafford|month=June|year=1857|volume=XXII|issue=VII|page=287|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=Irq-BwX2TfgC&pg=PA287|oclc=504152729|passage=Hardly anything is more intensely disagreeable to one walking along the street, than to hear near his path a low savage growl—the expression of a surly dog's opinion and purpose.

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  4. The rumbling sound made by a person's stomach when hungry.

  5. An aggressive grumbling.

  6. (RQ:Dickens Christmas Carol)

  7. (quote-journal)|month=July|year=1864|volume=XX|issue=1 (number 115 overall)|page=44|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=8aLQAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA44|column=1|oclc=7389228|passage=The Welsh farmer, strong, broad-shouldered and blue-eyed, acknowledged Willie's presence by an unintelligible ejaculation which sounded very much like a growl, and with not very cheerful hospitality pushed a chair towards him. (..) The farmer swallowed his broth in huge spoonfuls, alternating with growls, (..)

  8. (quote-book)|year=2014|section=part I (London)|page=44|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=0E6wOHbFFBkC&pg=PA44|isbn=978-1-4516-2850-0|passage=One of the shows we saw was (w) at the Finsbury Park Astoria, now the Rainbow Theatre. It was one of my all-time favorite shows, the Captain an outrageous character who defied all bounds of middle-class taste with his Delta-blues growl and made-up language.

  9. A low-pitched rumbling sound produced with a instrument.

  10. (quote-book)|chapter=(w)|title=Incredible African-American Jazz Musicians|location=Berkeley Heights, N.J.|publisher=Publishing|Enslow Publishers|year=2013|page=28|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=K5hmDwAAQBAJ&pg=PA28|isbn=978-1-59845-137-5|passage=The growl effect comes from fitting a small straight mute—a cornet mute for trumpet and a trumpet mute for trombone—covering the instrument's bell with a rubber plunger, the kind used by plumbers, and moving it in and out to affect the tone.

  11. (quote-book)|year=2014|page=197|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=Dj-iBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA197|isbn=978-0-521-88119-7|passage=Just as Ellington|Duke Ellington the composer was not the originator of the growls, moans, and other expressive devices that jazz musicians developed from European instruments, neither was he the particular techniques he used at the piano. It was the wealth of possibilities he uncovered for combining, simplifying, expanding, or even distorting the common jazz piano vocabulary of the day that put Ellington in a class by himself.

  12. To utter a deep guttural sound, as an angry animal; to forth an angry, grumbling sound.

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  14. (RQ:L'Estrange Fables of Aesop) They go out however, as there is Occaſion, and Hunt and Growle for Company; but at the ſame time, they give the Sign out of their Maſters hand, hold Intelligence with the Enemy; and Make uſe of their Power and Credit to Worry Honeſter Men them Themſelves.

  15. (quote-book)|chapter=Let Dogs Delight to Bark and Bite. Song 16.|title=Dr. Watts’ Divine & Moral Songs(nb...)|location=London|publisher=Printed for & sold by the author,(nb...)|year=1806|page=18|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=en5H8zXmFccC&pg=PA18|oclc=367866269|passage=Let bears and lions growl and fight, / Let bears and lions growl and fight, / For 'tis their nature too, / For 'tis their nature too.

  16. (quote-book)|title=The Pic Nic Papers.(nb...)|series=Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors|seriesvolume=CCCXXX|location=Paris|publisher=Baudry’s European Library,(nb...); and Stassin et Xavier,(nb...)|year=1841|page=225|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=ildlAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA225|oclc=1016770110|passage="All's for the worst" is a very common motto, and under its influence there are thousands who growl when they go to bed, and growl still louder when they get up; who growl at their breakfast, who growl at their dinner, who growl at their supper, and who growl between meals. Discontent is written in every feature of their visage; (..)

  17. (quote-journal)|date=25 April 1868|volume=41|issue=2078|page=482|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=tdU9AQAAIAAJ&pg=PA482|column=2|issn=0038-6952|oclc=317324031|passage=Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby|Lord Derby growled,—growling especially at Mr. Ewart Gladstone|William Ewart Gladstone,—and the Longley|Archbishop of Canterbury growled, and the Wilberforce|Bishop of Oxford growled, and the Thynne, 5th Marquess of Bath|Marquis of Bath (a good Conservative) growled, but ''he'' (the Marquis) growled at the Government rather than at the Bill.

  18. (quote-book) April waited for the dog to settle down. Instead, his growling grew deeper.

  19. Of a instrument: to produce a low-pitched rumbling sound.

  20. (quote-book)|year2=2000|isbn2=978-0-307-56081-0|passage=And he is bending in the wind, scooping pitch, growling. (..) He plays his false fingers. Chokes the trumpet. He is naked. This is naked jazz. O-bop-she-bam. Never lying. Telling it like it is.

  21. (quote-book)|chapter=1920s Jazz in New York and Europe|title=Jazz: The First 100 Years|edition=3rd enhanced|location=Boston, Mass.|publisher=Cengage Learning|year=2016|page=121|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=2YnCBAAAQBAJ&pg=PA121|isbn=978-1-305-09186-3|passage=(w) "used to growl all night long, playing gutbucket on his horn. That was when we decided to forget all about the sweet music."

  22. To send a user a message via the (software)|Growl software library.

  23. To express (something) by growling.

  24. (quote-journal)|year=1853|volume=III|page=345|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=DWQEAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA345|oclc=41337867|passage=Bastane, as he entered, growled an invective, while he sullenly expressed his discontent at an unexpected call and additional labour.

  25. To play a wind instrument in a way that produces a low-pitched rumbling sound.

  26. (quote-book)|year=2005|page=37|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=u0299wIFvd8C&pg=PA37|isbn=978-0-231-13682-2|passage=(..) Gilmore (musician)|John Gilmore would take up his tenor and growl a keening march, Danny Thompson stab and worry with a flute, (w) leave his big conga and mount the temple of keyboards for a ritual parenthesis of chromatic zig-zags and electro-howls.