hallow, holloa, hollow (v.) Old form(s): halloa, hallow'd , holloa'd
shout, yell, cry out
R2 IV.i.54[Another Lord to Aumerle] I ... spur thee on with full as many lies / As may be hollowed in thy treacherous ear
TN I.v.261[Viola as Cesario to Olivia] [I would] Hallow your name to the reverberate hills
TNK II.i.102[Palamon to Arcite] To our Theban hounds ... / No more now must we hallow
TNK II.iv.11[Arcite to Theseus] I ... well have hallowed / To a deep cry of dogs
TNK III.ii.8[Gaoler's Daughter alone, of Palamon] what if I hallowed for him? / I cannot hallow
WT III.iii.75[Shepherd to himself, of the Clown] he hallowed but even now
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