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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of holloa.

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Examples

  • But Dick viewed him; and with many holloas and much blowing of horns, and prayers from

    The American Senator

  • "Forward, forward!" holloas Frank, giving vent to his excitement in one of those prolonged screams that proclaim how the astonished sportsman has actually seen the fox with his own eyes.

    Kate Coventry An Autobiography

  • Just after dinner everybody had heard the horn sounding in the woods, with distant holloas and deep music of hounds, and then the pack came streaming out in full cry, and next moment all the horsemen were galloping over the fields and leaping the hedges.

    The Devil's Garden

  • She will there get the best possible instruction in hunt discipline and see the game correctly played, which is far better for her than graduating in a country where people ride to holloas, where the

    The Horsewoman A Practical Guide to Side-Saddle Riding, 2nd. Ed.

  • "When he holloas, let's fetch him out with a will."

    Sail Ho! A Boy at Sea

  • Comes to me and wants to borrow my boat, and boasts and brags and holloas about as to how you knows everything.

    Cormorant Crag A Tale of the Smuggling Days

  • But Dick viewed him; and with many holloas and much blowing of horns, and prayers from Captain

    The American Senator

  • But I can't be quiet, either before the fire or abed; so I runs out of the house, and stares at the rocks, at the trees, and sometimes at the clouds, as they run a race across the bright moon; and the more I stares, the more frighted I grows, till I screeches and holloas.

    Lavengro The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

  • But I can't be quiet, either before the fire or abed; so I runs out of the house, and stares at the rocks, at the trees, and sometimes at the clouds, as they run a race across the bright moon; and, the more I stares, the more frighted I grows, till I screeches and holloas.

    Lavengro; the Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

  • "Back, Mr. Coxe," holloas the huntsman; and so I pulled very hard, and cried out, "Wo!" but he wouldn't; and on I went galloping for the dear life.

    Burlesques

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