Definition of Outhowl
1. to surpass in howling [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: howling
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Literary usage of Outhowl
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Heads of the People: Or, Portraits of the English by Joseph Kenny Meadows (1878)
"Milesian sounds startle the uninitiated ear, but the shriller tones of Mother Donovan outhowl every other ..."
2. Cyclopædia of Wit and Humor by Wayne E. Burton (1868)
"Milesian sounds startle the uninitiated car, but the shriller tones of Mother Donovan outhowl every other ..."
3. Travelling Sketches in the North of Italy, the Tyrol, and on the Rhine by Leitch Ritchie (1832)
"They were enraged at the storm for drowning their voices; and tried hard to outhowl it. After much time and many words had been expended in this way, ..."