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Mewl \Mewl\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Mewled; p. pr. & vb. n. Mewling.] [Cf. F. miauler to mew, E. mew to cry as a cat. Cf. Miaul.] To cry, as a young child; to squall. [Written also meawl.]


vb. (en-past of: mewl)

Usage examples of "mewled".

She mewled, pulled herself up, and limped forward, as if she had grown very old, up the beach toward the forest.

Trist had eaten two bites from her fingers, stretched, and mewled softly in his throat, and shoved her hand away with his paw.

He mewled loudly, raised his head, looked at her for a good long time, then laid one of his paws over her hand.

Trist mewled but remained on her shoulder, wrapping himself now around her neck.

She mewled like a kitten and crawled over to the bed, her body eager to worship him.

She mewled with pleasure as his tongue traced the criss-crossed weals.

She mewled as he found the pleasure places, lifting to encourage her master to make every use of her.

Einstein gazed at the letters and mewled, and Travis was about to tell him it was all right if he didn't know Johnson's first name, but then the dog attempted to spell it: LEMOOOL.

She twisted her ass and mewled in pleasure, placing her hands on top of his, smashing them tight against her tits.