[huh-loh, huhl-oh]Chiefly British

interjection, noun, plural hul·loas, verb (used with or without object), hul·loaed, hul·loa·ing. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for hulloa

Historical Examples of hulloa

  • In other words, we are not safe out of the wood yet, Hazon, and so it's too soon to hulloa.

    The Sign of the Spider

    Bertram Mitford

  • Hulloa, I did not know any other vessel was in here,” he said, as we gained the deck.

    The Cruise of the Dainty

    William H. G. Kingston

  • I say about sundown we shall be able to run alongside—Hulloa!

    The Rival Campers

    Ruel Perley Smith

  • Perhaps they might hear, although the noise of the propeller—Hulloa!

    The Dreadnought of the Air

    Percy F. Westerman

  • Hulloa, there, you red-haired varmint, what are you looking after?


    Benjamin Disraeli