Boom and Holler

Boom

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Boom verb – To make a long loud deep noise or cry.
Usage example: the cannons boomed throughout the night

Holler and boom are semantically related (North American) In some cases you can use "Holler" instead the word "Boom" as a verb or a noun. informal substitute
Nearby Words: booming, boomed, boomer
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Holler

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Holler verb – To express dissatisfaction, pain, or resentment usually tiresomely.
Boom and holler are semantically related in shout topic. Sometimes you can use "Boom" instead the word "Holler" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: hollered, hollering, holly, Hollar
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good good boom good holler
infamous infamous boom infamous holler
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