holloa


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holloa


Past participle: holloaed
Gerund: holloaing

Imperative
holloa
holloa
Present
I holloa
you holloa
he/she/it holloas
we holloa
you holloa
they holloa
Preterite
I holloaed
you holloaed
he/she/it holloaed
we holloaed
you holloaed
they holloaed
Present Continuous
I am holloaing
you are holloaing
he/she/it is holloaing
we are holloaing
you are holloaing
they are holloaing
Present Perfect
I have holloaed
you have holloaed
he/she/it has holloaed
we have holloaed
you have holloaed
they have holloaed
Past Continuous
I was holloaing
you were holloaing
he/she/it was holloaing
we were holloaing
you were holloaing
they were holloaing
Past Perfect
I had holloaed
you had holloaed
he/she/it had holloaed
we had holloaed
you had holloaed
they had holloaed
Future
I will holloa
you will holloa
he/she/it will holloa
we will holloa
you will holloa
they will holloa
Future Perfect
I will have holloaed
you will have holloaed
he/she/it will have holloaed
we will have holloaed
you will have holloaed
they will have holloaed
Future Continuous
I will be holloaing
you will be holloaing
he/she/it will be holloaing
we will be holloaing
you will be holloaing
they will be holloaing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been holloaing
you have been holloaing
he/she/it has been holloaing
we have been holloaing
you have been holloaing
they have been holloaing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been holloaing
you will have been holloaing
he/she/it will have been holloaing
we will have been holloaing
you will have been holloaing
they will have been holloaing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been holloaing
you had been holloaing
he/she/it had been holloaing
we had been holloaing
you had been holloaing
they had been holloaing
Conditional
I would holloa
you would holloa
he/she/it would holloa
we would holloa
you would holloa
they would holloa
Past Conditional
I would have holloaed
you would have holloaed
he/she/it would have holloaed
we would have holloaed
you would have holloaed
they would have holloaed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.holloa - a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal)holloa - a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal); "his bellow filled the hallway"
cry, outcry, shout, vociferation, yell, call - a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition; "the speaker was interrupted by loud cries from the rear of the audience"
References in classic literature ?
Holloa! cried stationary Elijah, hailing us when we had removed a few paces.
Durdles comes by HIS knowledge through grubbing deep for it, and having it up by the roots when it don't want to come.-- Holloa you Deputy!'
Stop him!" The cattle came upon me with like suddenness, staring out of their eyes, and steaming out of their nostrils, "Holloa, young thief!" One black ox, with a white cravat on - who even had to my awakened conscience something of a clerical air - fixed me so obstinately with his eyes, and moved his blunt head round in such an accusatory manner as I moved round, that I blubbered out to him, "I couldn't help it, sir!
"Holloa! young people -- stop there!" said the tutor, joining in the conversation.
"'Holloa!'cries the loud voice of Christopher Marteau.
The squire, however, sent after his sister the same holloa which attends the departure of a hare, when she is first started before the hounds.
'Holloa!' said my aunt to Peggotty, who quailed before her awful presence.
"Holloa, there!" cried he; "what do you want, you strumpet?
"Holloa!" he exclaimed, with that bantering tone which is peculiar to men of his profession; "be easy, gentlemen, my soldiers will not fire a shot; but, on the other hand, you will not advance by one step towards the prison."
He listened, and then raised a wild 'Holloa!' Holloa!
The duchess was ready to die with laughter when she saw Sancho's rage and heard his words; but it was no pleasure to Don Quixote to see him in such a sorry trim, with the dingy towel about him, and the hangers-on of the kitchen all round him; so making a low bow to the duke and duchess, as if to ask their permission to speak, he addressed the rout in a dignified tone: "Holloa, gentlemen!