Growled at one - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive
He growled at one
grotesque figure at the door of a house of horror and then cocked his leg on it.
But, before he replaced his posterior in his lair, the Speaker's Chair, he growled at one
unidentified raucous Tory that unless he kept quiet he would suspend the sitting - "and then your leader won't be able to speak".
She said: "He growled at one
of my son's friends but we managed to settle him down.
"You'll wish you'd been hit by a f***g bus," he growled at one
lowlife in his latest case.