Definition of Halloos

1. Noun. (plural of halloo) ¹



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Definition of Halloos

1. halloo [v] - See also: halloo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halloos

hallmarks
hallmate
hallmates
hallmote
hallo
halloa
halloaed
halloaing
halloas
halloed
halloes
halloing
halloo
hallooed
hallooing
halloos (current term)
hallos
hallostemonous
hallot
halloth
halloumi
halloumis
hallow
hallowed
hallower
hallowers
hallowing
hallows
halloysite
halls

Literary usage of Halloos

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1. The Noble Science: A Few General Ideas on Fox-hunting, for the Use of the by Frederick Peter Delmé Radcliffe (1839)
"... Mood for Enjoyment of; Different Sentiments upon— Place of Meeting—Forcing a Fox—Where is the will, is the way—View • halloos—Noise—Silence—The Human ..."

2. Horses and Hounds: A Practical Treatise on Their Management by K. W. Horlock, John Solomon Rarey (1862)
"... first check the most critical—Mischief of " going to halloos"— Consequence of so doing—Difficulties overcome by perseverance—A seen worthy of Landseer. ..."

3. Old sports and sportsmen; or, The Willey country by John Randall (1873)
"... Old Coaches — Tom Gone to Earth — Three View halloos at the Grave— Old Boots. "The huntsman'a self relented to a grin,' And rated him almost a ..."

4. Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes (1873)
"He tells us that such halloos as serve to keep the hounds together, and to get on the tail-hounds, are always of use; it is the halloos of encouragement to ..."

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