A low, beastlike sound
snarl, gnarl, gnar*, moan, bark, bellow, rumble, roar, howl, grumble, grunt.
Speech resembling a growl, sense 1
grumble, rumble, mumble; see noise 1.
To make a low, deep sound
snarl, gnarl, gnar*; see grumble 2.
To speak as if growling
snarl, grumble, upbraid; see complain 1, scold.
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To make a continuous deep reverberating sound:
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