Holler - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a small valley between mountains (syn: hollow)
- utter a sudden loud cry (syn: call, cry, hollo, scream, shout, squall, yell)
- complain (syn: beef, bellyache, bitch, crab, gripe, grouse, squawk)
I heard someone hollering at me.
He was hollering across the fields to his workers.
They were screaming and hollering at each other all night.
She hollered across the street, “Did you hear the news?”.
Someone was hollering my name.
People always holler about tax increases.
...heard a holler from somewhere in the woods and ran toward it...
...there didn't seem to be a thermostat setting that wouldn't bring a holler from somebody...
He hollered out to surrender our weapons
What was he hollering about?
present participle: hollering
past tense: hollered
past participle: hollered