- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)v. & n. shout, cry, scream, shriek, bawl, call; yelp, bark; bellow, roar, hoot, squawk (sl.), holler (sl.).II(Roget's IV) n.1. [A shout]Syn. bellow, cry, yelp, roar, whoop, howl, screech, shriek, squeal, holler, hoot, yawp, hubbub, hullabaloo, hue and cry, protest; see also noise 1 .2. [Organized cheering]Syn. hip-hip-hurrah, rooting, cheer; see encouragement 2 .v.Syn. bellow, cry out, scream, shout, yelp, yap, bark, bawl, roar, halloo, vociferate, whoop, howl, screech, shriek, shrill, squeal, squall, ululate, yammer, hoot, cheer, call, yip, give encouragement, call down, raise one's voice, yawp, holler*, whoop it up*; see also sound 1 .III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)In.shout, *holler, bellow, roar, thundering, howl, scream, shriek, bark, cry, whoop, yelp, hoot, *Stentorian bellow.IIv.raise one's voice, shout, *holler, bellow, roar, thunder, howl, scream, shriek, bark, cry, whoop, yelp, hoot, cheer.ANT.: whisper, speak softly, murmurIV(Roget's Thesaurus II) I verb To speak or say very loudly or with a shout: bawl, bellow, bluster, call, clamor, cry, halloo, holler, roar, shout, vociferate, whoop, yawp. See SOUNDS. II noun A loud cry: call, halloo, holler, shout. See SOUNDS.
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