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  • "Holloa," he exclaimed; "only half a man answered that ringing; that is too little."

    Grimm's Fairy Stories

  • You can always tell when Ari comes to town as soon as he strikes the blacksmith's shop up at the cross-roads and says, 'Holloa' to the smith.

    Bears I Have Met—and Others

  • "Holloa," he said, in an accent very slightly foreign, and with a loud clear voice, which Kenelm heard distinctly, "is it not time for you to come in?"

    Kenelm Chillingly — Volume 03

  • "Holloa," he said, in an accent very slightly foreign, and with a loud clear voice, which Kenelm heard distinctly, "is it not time for you to come in?"

    Kenelm Chillingly — Complete

  • This was no sooner observed by Sir Hugh, than hastily stopping his chair, he called after them aloud, 'Holloa! come hither, my boys! here, you Mr. young Mandlebert, what are you all about; Why don't you bring that best bunch of grapes to Camilla?'

    Camilla

  • Holloa, Uncle Sol!’ cried Walter, bursting into the shop, and speaking incoherently and out of breath, from that time forth, for the rest of the evening.

    Dombey and Son

  • Holloa!’ said my aunt to Peggotty, who quailed before her awful presence.

    David Copperfield

  • Holloa, Mr. Biggs,” said he, “I suppose you have run against a finger-post.”

    Mens Wives

  • Holloa!” says I, “you gent, just let us down from this here tree!”

    Cox's Diary

  • Holloa!” says I, “you gent, just let us down from this here tree!”

    Burlesques

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