holler

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[ hol-er ]
/ ˈhɒl ər /

verb (used without object)

to cry aloud; shout; yell: Quit hollering into the phone.

verb (used with object)

to shout or yell (something): He hollered insults back into the saloon.

noun

a loud cry used to express pain or surprise, to attract attention, to call for help, etc.

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Origin of holler

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1690–1700, Americanism; variant of holla (see hallo)
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British Dictionary definitions for hollered

holler
/ (ˈhɒlə) informal /

verb

to shout or yell (something)

noun

a shout; call

Word Origin for holler

variant of C16 hollow, from holla, from French holà stop! (literally: ho there!)
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