Saul, 1915–2005, U.S. novelist, born in Canada: Nobel Prize in Literature 1976.
(intransitive) to make a loud deep raucous cry like that of a bull; roar
to shout (something) unrestrainedly, as in anger or pain; bawl
the characteristic noise of a bull
a loud deep sound, as of pain or anger
Saul. 1915–2005, US novelist, born in Canada. His works include Dangling Man (1944), The Adventures of Angie March (1954), Herzog (1964), Humboldt’s Gift (1975), The Dean’s December (1981), and Ravelstein (2000): Nobel prize for literature 1976
noun 1. a waterfall or rapid. noun 1. (Canadian) a waterfall or rapids
noun, plural Saulteaux [soh-tohz; especially collectively -toh] /ˈsoʊ toʊz; especially collectively -toʊ/ (Show IPA), for 1. 1. a member of an American Indian people of Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, a division of the Ojibwa. 2. the Algonquian language of the Saulteaux, a dialect of Ojibwa.
noun 1. a bath that uses dry heat to induce perspiration, and in which steam is produced by pouring water on heated stones. 2. a bathhouse or room, usually of wood, equipped for such a bath. verb (used without object), saunaed, saunaing. 3. to take a sauna: to sauna after exercising. noun 1. an invigorating […]
adjective, sauncier, saunciest. Scot. and North England, Irish English. 1. sonsy.