Results for: Holler

In Literature & Language

Who is Norman R holler?

There is an obituary listed for a Norman R. Holler who passed awayin 2010. He was 66 years old at the time of his death and buried inBoston.
In Definitions

What is the definition of hollering?

The verb "holler" means to shout or yell. The term "hollering" is seldom used formally, having a connotation of rural slang. Examples: What was all the hollering about? He ( Full Answer )
In Rhyming Words

What rhymes with hoop and holler in?

hoop rhymes with soup, coop, and shoot. hollering rhymes with tollering. and if you meant holler, coller, taller, and smaller all rhyme with holler.
In Word and Phrase Origins

Where did the word holler come from?

Frrom middle ages French 'hola' meaning stop - literally 'ho there' and adopted as an Americanism in the 1830's
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you Spell hollering?

The word hollering is slang, a form of the verb to holler , meaning to yell.
In Books and Literature

What is the genre of the book Ruby Holler?

I love that book, but I haven't read it in a while; I would say it is either Realistic Fiction if you want to be specific or just plain Fiction if you want to be general.
In Synonyms and Antonyms

What is an antonym for hollered?

If you are having trouble with antonyms, come up with easier synomyms for the word and come up with antonyms for those easy words. In your case, "HOLLERED" can have many synon ( Full Answer )
In Verbs

How do you translate hollering into a verb?

Hollering is actually already a verb. It's the present participle of "holler". Holler is a regular verb. The past tense is hollered.
In Synonyms and Antonyms

Is hollered and announced the same meaning?

No... the proper way of saying hollered is saying that you shouted a bit longer than a shout. Announcing means that you just project your voice over a crowd and tell some ne ( Full Answer )
In Parts of Speech

Is hollered an adjective?

It could be, but like the verb holler , it would be colloquial and rarely seen. "He ignored the hollered warnings and continued across the mine field." To holler is a colloqu ( Full Answer )