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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
Also hal·loa [huh-loh, ha-], /həˈloʊ, hæ-/, hal·loo [huh-loo], /həˈlu/, hil·lo [hil-oh, hi-loh], /ˈhɪl oʊ, hɪˈloʊ/, hil·loa [hi-loh], /hɪˈloʊ/, hul·loo [huh-loo, huhl-oo] /hʌˈlu, ˈhʌl u/ .

Origin of hallo

First recorded in 1560–70; variant of hollo, itself variant of earlier holla, from Middle French hola, equivalent to ho “ahoy” + la “there”
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British Dictionary definitions for hallo

hallo
/ (həˈləʊ) /

sentence substitute, noun

a variant spelling of hello

sentence substitute, noun, verb

a variant spelling of halloo
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