growly

adjective
\ ˈgrau̇-lē How to pronounce growly (audio) \
growlier; growliest

Definition of growly

: resembling a growl a growly voice

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Other Words from growly

growliness noun

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Even the scare scenes — the ones where evil monsters track down basement stairs, make chittering growly noises, and crash into things — have this faint, but distracting score. Simon Abrams, The Hollywood Reporter, "Did 'A Quiet Place' Take Enough Risks?," 16 Apr. 2018 Once the party scene faded away and Bruce got closer to death in the real world, Bruce saw a hallucination of the adult version of Batman, cape, cowl, growly voice and all. Sydney Bucksbaum, The Hollywood Reporter, "DC TV Watch: Cress Williams Breaks Down All Those 'Black Lightning' Deaths," 9 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of growly

1843, in the meaning defined above

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