growl at (someone or something)

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growl at (someone or something)

To make a low, guttural sound or speak in this manner. We slowly backed away as the dog growled at us. The old man growled at me to get out of his yard.
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growl at someone or something

to snarl at someone or something. Don't growl at me like that. The dog growled at the cat.
See also: growl
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Sometimes horses do need telling who's in charge at home - if you enter its box and a horse is turning around to kick you or bite you, perhaps you do have to growl at it a little bit and wave your arms, but I don't think it's acceptable to punch a horse in any instance.