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howl

Electronics an unwanted prolonged high-pitched sound produced by a sound-producing system as a result of feedback

howl

[hau̇l]
(engineering acoustics)
Undesirable prolonged sound produced by a radio receiver or audio-frequency amplifier system because of either electric or acoustic feedback.
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I suspect that Skiddles may be suffering from separation anxiety because he howls when you are out of sight.
The scientists tested their program by studying dozens of archive recordings of wild eastern grey wolf howls, which lived mainly in Algonquin park, Canada, and collected by the British Library in London.
We broadcasted coyote group-yip howls (duration of 20 seconds) or five lone-wolf howls, alternating between flat and breaking (5-7 seconds each), followed by a 90-second listening period.
to the church when a sound began emanating from the streets of Elmira, Ontario, a sound every ounce as reverential as the lonely howl of a bugle.
We howl about the increasing ease with which government at all levels takes away the public's right to know under the guise of making people safer.
When she's ready to howl she can bite down and try to shout - of course nothing but a grunt will come out.
Of course, the trial made the book, and Ginsberg, famous, and Kerouac complained that people now referred to him as "the guy Howls dedicated to.
Sudden like wolf he cries; and sweats to see When howls man's soul, it howls inaudibly.
Some, but not all, bark collars respond to howling as well as barking, but you don't want to use these if he howls because he is anxious.
One dog's howl may set off a string of howls around the neighbour hood.
Dog Speak'' is not just about yips, howls and barking.