wolf-whistle


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wolf-whistle


Past participle: wolf-whistled
Gerund: wolf-whistling

Imperative
wolf-whistle
wolf-whistle
Present
I wolf-whistle
you wolf-whistle
he/she/it wolf-whistles
we wolf-whistle
you wolf-whistle
they wolf-whistle
Preterite
I wolf-whistled
you wolf-whistled
he/she/it wolf-whistled
we wolf-whistled
you wolf-whistled
they wolf-whistled
Present Continuous
I am wolf-whistling
you are wolf-whistling
he/she/it is wolf-whistling
we are wolf-whistling
you are wolf-whistling
they are wolf-whistling
Present Perfect
I have wolf-whistled
you have wolf-whistled
he/she/it has wolf-whistled
we have wolf-whistled
you have wolf-whistled
they have wolf-whistled
Past Continuous
I was wolf-whistling
you were wolf-whistling
he/she/it was wolf-whistling
we were wolf-whistling
you were wolf-whistling
they were wolf-whistling
Past Perfect
I had wolf-whistled
you had wolf-whistled
he/she/it had wolf-whistled
we had wolf-whistled
you had wolf-whistled
they had wolf-whistled
Future
I will wolf-whistle
you will wolf-whistle
he/she/it will wolf-whistle
we will wolf-whistle
you will wolf-whistle
they will wolf-whistle
Future Perfect
I will have wolf-whistled
you will have wolf-whistled
he/she/it will have wolf-whistled
we will have wolf-whistled
you will have wolf-whistled
they will have wolf-whistled
Future Continuous
I will be wolf-whistling
you will be wolf-whistling
he/she/it will be wolf-whistling
we will be wolf-whistling
you will be wolf-whistling
they will be wolf-whistling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been wolf-whistling
you have been wolf-whistling
he/she/it has been wolf-whistling
we have been wolf-whistling
you have been wolf-whistling
they have been wolf-whistling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been wolf-whistling
you will have been wolf-whistling
he/she/it will have been wolf-whistling
we will have been wolf-whistling
you will have been wolf-whistling
they will have been wolf-whistling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been wolf-whistling
you had been wolf-whistling
he/she/it had been wolf-whistling
we had been wolf-whistling
you had been wolf-whistling
they had been wolf-whistling
Conditional
I would wolf-whistle
you would wolf-whistle
he/she/it would wolf-whistle
we would wolf-whistle
you would wolf-whistle
they would wolf-whistle
Past Conditional
I would have wolf-whistled
you would have wolf-whistled
he/she/it would have wolf-whistled
we would have wolf-whistled
you would have wolf-whistled
they would have wolf-whistled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.wolf-whistle - whistle or howl approvingly at a female, of males
let loose, let out, utter, emit - express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words); "She let out a big heavy sigh"; "He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"
Translations

wolf

(wulf) plural wolves (wulvz) noun
a type of wild animal of the dog family, usually found hunting in packs.
verb
to eat greedily. He wolfed (down) his breakfast and hurried out.
ˈwolf-cub noun
1. a young wolf.
2. an old name for a Cub Scout.
ˈwolf-whistle noun
a whistle impolitely made by a man to express his admiration of a woman's appearance.
keep the wolf from the door
to keep away hunger or want.
References in periodicals archive ?
That was more than 50 years ago, but today, it seems that a complimentary wolf-whistle is a sackable offence.
Shame-faced Paul, of Ely, Cardiff, apologised to the judge for his wolf-whistle.
London, January 5 ( ANI ): While more than half of women say they would like to be on the receiving end when men wolf-whistle in our direction, almost a third of female dieters say being complimented in the most garish of ways is one of the single biggest motivators to losing more weight.
I got a wolf-whistle the other day, and, apart from thinking the chap needed a visit to the optician, I was delighted, not offended" - Former BBC news reader Jan Leeming, 70.
Sales and marketing director Richard Goad told staff in a memo that Bristol builders would not be able to wolf-whistle on any of the city's six sites from 9am today.
We have become so undiscerning, in fact, that we have taken to wolf-whistling women from building sites; the wolf-whistle, sad to say, is pretty much all we have to offer as a gender.
Dressed in a plastic miniskirt and turquoise fishnet stockings, she receives a wolf-whistle from some male attendee, an act so anachronistic in this milieu, it's almost refreshing.
But yesterday Mr Merrett, from Worcester, defended his actions, and said: "It's highly likely it was me who did that wolf-whistle.
And, of course, it is a personal sadness, a deep personal sadness, that this is not the case"Dr Rowan Williams, below, the outgoing Archbishop of Canterbury, on the Synod's decision "You have to respect individual institutions and the way they work - and give them a sharp prod" Prime Minister David Cameron, who declared himself in favour of women bishops "I am a British-Asian poof" Comedian Paul Sinha, who objected to being called an "Indian poof" by comic Jim Davidson "I got a wolf-whistle the other day, and, apart from thinking the chap needed a visit to the optician, I was delighted, not offended" Former BBC news reader Jan Leeming, 70
Sales and marketing director Richard Goad told staff in a memo that builders would not be able to wolf-whistle on any of Bristol's six sites from today.
Douglas Inskip, 42, would wolf-whistle at the 17-year-old, blowhim kisses, subject him to limp wrist gestures and told him to "shake that ass".