Growler

Growler may refer to:

  • Growler (electrical device), for testing electric motors.
  • Growler (calypsonian), pseudonym of singer Errol Duke.
  • Growler (vehicle), an internally transportable vehicle, or a horse-drawn carriage known as a Clarence (carriage).
  • EA-18 Growler, a jet fighter.
  • USS Growler, one of four ships.
  • Officer Growler, a character from The Getalong Gang animated TV series.
  • Nickname for the Avro Shackleton aircraft.

Growler may also be:

  • A sound-powered telephone used on U.S. Navy ships.
  • A house robot in Robot Wars.
  • A character type in David Weber's Honorverse.
  • A size of iceberg.
  • A type of horse-drawn cab.
  • A type of beer bottle.
  • A unit type in the game VOR: The Maelstrom.
  • A Yorkshire artisan pork pie.
  • Slang for a hot dog.
  • Slang for the act of defecating (as made popular by the TV show MXC).
  • Slang for a vagina.

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Howard W. Gilmore - Medal of Honor Citation
... Growler during her Fourth War Patrol in the Southwest Pacific from 10 January to 7 February 1943 ... on 7 February, an enemy gunboat closed range and prepared to ram the Growler ... Gilmore gave his last order to the officer of the deck, "Take her down." The Growler dived seriously damaged but under control, she was brought safely to port by her well-trained ...
Growler (vehicle)
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Growler Mountains
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