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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
From Middle English caterwawlen, from cater (tomcat or cat) + wawlen (to howl). Earliest documented use: 1386.
“She threw her arms around me and started caterwauling like the wail of the damned.”
Dan Andriacco; Holmes Sweet Holmes; MX Publishing; 2018.
See more usage examples of caterwaul in Vocabulary.com’s dictionary.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Catch-and-release, that's like running down pedestrians in your car and then, when they get up and limp away, saying -- Off you go! That's fine. I just wanted to see if I could hit you. -Ellen DeGeneres, comedian, television host, and actress (b. 26 Jan 1958)