[hou-ling] /ˈhaʊ lɪŋ/
producing or uttering a howling noise:
a howling mob.
desolate, dismal, or dreary:
a howling wilderness.
Informal. very great; tremendous:
a howling success.
(prenominal) (informal) (intensifier): a howling success, a howling error
Conspicuously successful: The Peoples’ theatre is doing a howling biz (1887+)
- Howling success
A tremendous triumph, as in Their first play was a howling success. This colloquial expression employs howling in the sense of “very pronounced” or “glaring,” a usage dating from the mid-1800s.
/ˈhaʊlˌraʊnd/ noun 1. the condition, resulting in a howling noise, when sound from a loudspeaker is fed back into the microphone of a public-address or recording system Also called howlback
- How many nibbles in a byte
data There are two nibbles in a byte. (2009-09-17)
[hou-rah] /ˈhaʊ rɑ/ noun 1. a city in W Bengal, in E India, on the Hooghly River opposite Calcutta. /ˈhaʊrə/ noun 1. an industrial city in E India, in West Bengal on the Hooghly River opposite Kolkata (Calcutta). Pop: 1 008 704 (2001)