Hollers [verb]

Definition of Hollers:

shout, yell

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Sentence/Example of Hollers:

These voters told me that they’d watched opioids ravage their blue-collar communities, hills, hollers, and farm fields, while pharmaceutical companies rubbed elbows with regulators and laughed on their way to the shareholders’ meeting.

We kin git the papers to start a holler and have folks demandin' action of their representatives, and sich like.

Father-in-law would holler if he heard the car, but Bud did not intend that father-in-law should hear it.

There's mighty strange things stirrin' on this here mountain, an' in the Holler down yonder.

W'en he git off little ways, he up 'n holler back ter Brer Fox dat he got a riddle he want 'im ter read.

There's them that 'lows there's things in this here Holler t' be afeared of, an' I reckon hit's so.

I hear that a fellow can't blow a whistle or holler, or shoot off his pistol in this town without gittin' arrested.

I holler'd at um, but dey aint pay no 'tention ter little man lak I is.

But mebbe up in heaven he will think of me and wait And holler "Hi!"

You have to go fru de brush and bushes, but it's a powerful big nest, Mah'sr Harry, right in de holler ob de tree.