Definition of Halloed

1. Verb. (past of hallo) ¹



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Definition of Halloed

1. hallo [v] - See also: hallo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halloed

hallings
hallion
hallions
hallmark
hallmarked
hallmarking
hallmarks
hallmate
hallmates
hallmote
hallo
halloa
halloaed
halloaing
halloas
halloed (current term)
halloes
halloing
halloo
hallooed
hallooing
halloos
hallos
hallostemonous
hallot
halloth
halloumi
halloumis
hallow
hallowed

Literary usage of Halloed

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1. Maine Pioneer Settlements by Herbert Milton Sylvester (1909)
"Winthrop halloed, '"St, boy!" only too frequently, and Cleeve, like the farm dog, went at his chasing the cattle around the ..."

2. American State Trials: A Collection of the Important and Interesting by John Davison Lawson, Robert Lorenzo Howard (1915)
"... but I heard him say he would sacrifice his mother, wife, or any one else to get his pardon; he halloed this down the pipe; I got out June sixth; ..."

3. American State Trials: A Collection of the Important and Interesting by John Davison Lawson, Robert Lorenzo Howard (1915)
"... but I heard him say he would sacrifice his mother, wife, or any one else to get his pardon; he halloed this down the pipe; I got out June sixth; ..."

4. The British Critic by Robert Nares (1807)
"They flew counter down the avenue, but I halloed them back, ... I halloed like a madman, he certainly was not behind me in blowing, for I really thought he ..."

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