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oller

/ˈɒlə/
noun
1.
(Northern English, dialect) waste ground
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  • They don't mind it partickler; you'd 'ear 'em 'oller fast enough if they did.

  • Me drowned, just because I let out a 'oller and dropped my 'at?

    The Cross-Cut Courtney Ryley Cooper
  • Besides you still retain six bombs, and along with little oller you deposited two bombs in the Rue Fivaller.

  • The Bellair folks217 will beat us 'oller; every one o' their blooming hentries is as fit as fiddles.

    Horses Nine Sewell Ford
  • "'oller, an' I'll be back afore yer can say 'knife' an' do fer yer," whispered the man again.

  • Then another'n bursts an' I 'ears a man 'oller out—krikey, 'e didn't 'alf scream.

    Combed Out Fritz August Voigt
  • Well, there's plenty o' that sort about; and you can allus tell 'em by the 'oller sound as they makes.

    Mad Shepherds L. P. Jacks

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