Homophones for howel, howell, howl

howel / howell / howl [haʊl]

howel – n. & v. – n. – 1. a cooper’s plane having a convex sole for smoothing the insides of casks and for chamfering, crozing and chiming; 2. a rounded cut above and below the croze in a barrel stave; v. tr. – to smooth with a howel

howell – a game of duplicate bridge in which match point scoring is used

howl – n. & v. – n. – 1. a long, loud, doleful cry uttered by a dog, wolf, etc.; 2. a prolonged wailing noise, e.g. made by a strong wind; 3. a loud cry of pain, rage, anguish; 4. a yell of derision or merriment; 5. Informal a cause of laughter or merriment; 6. Electronics a howling noise in a loudspeaker due to electrical or acoustical feedback; v. intr. – 1. emit a long, loud, doleful cry (dog); 2. emit a long, loud, cry of pain, derision, laughter (person); 3. weep loudly; 4. utter words with a howl; 5. make a prolonged wailing noise, i.e. wind