howl in Oekraïens
v. вити, стогнати, викрикувати, вищати, завивати
He crossed the great forest, then the vast plains, the marshes, and then once again profoundly deep woods. The wolves howled and the ravens cawed.
However, the sledge held up well, and would put distance between it and the wolves, and each howling band would be left behind.
The storm whistled and howled – it was a wild melody, like those of old war chants.
They passed over woods, lakes, oceans and continents. They heard below them wolves howling, hurricanes blowing, and avalanches rolling.
Then the uproar began again; there was a roaring and howling, and the other half fell down as well.
When you are among wolves, you have to howl with them.
The winds howled and beat against him, and the rustle of feathers and swaying of wings sounded like a whole storm.
Another had his legs shot away, and was looking around with surprised eyes and a black mouth rounded into an effort to howl. But they didn't scream, or at least he couldn't hear their cries.
Desnoyers was half way down the avenue when he heard a howling sound composed of many voices, a hair-raising shriek such as only womanly desperation can send forth.
He had seen him on the ground, howling with pain, drawing a portrait from his breast and trying to kiss it with his broken mouth. He had himself been hit in the stomach by the same shell.
1. wail: lament, caterwaul, bawl, bay, cry, yell, moan
2. long wailing cry: moan, lament, wail, yowl, bellow, yell