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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

The bark of a dog.

Usage examples (19)
  • If bird names are anything to go by, the "bowwow" theory (perhaps we should call it the "tweet-tweet" theory) rules the roost, since many birds are named for their songs...
  • Well, since li'l bowwow is all grown up and goes simply by bowwow, I think I should be able to do the same, right?
  • There was no bowwow chorus back there, but there was a large cage in the corner-a perfect Motel 6 for this fellow, who had certainly been hatched and raised in captivity.
  • The dog food Mrs. Sternheim consumed was top-of-the-line, gourmet bowwow, nutritional and preservative-free manna – "it tastes like a natural food product" – which... for more
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