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''All Hallows Eve'' (or Halloween), the night before ''All Hallows Day'' (now more commonly known as "All Saints Day").
''To seek hallows'': to visit relics or shrines, in the belief that the saints themselves are present there.
- ...I am coming on, to venge me as I may and to put forth my rightful hand in a well-hallow'd cause.
To shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting.
(RQ:Fielding Tom Jones) for the conversation (if it may be called so) was seldom such as could entertain a lady. It consisted chiefly of hallowing, singing, relations of sporting adventures, b—d—y, and abuse of women, and of the government.
1777, ''Robin Hood's Chase'', reprinted in (quote-book)
- Then away they went from merry Sherwood / And into Yorkshire he did hie / And the King did follow, with a hoop and a hallow / But could not come him nigh.
- I told them, the sherriff could not be admitted on board this time of night, on which they set up a hallow and rowed as fast as they could towards the vessel's bows.
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(quote-book)|passage=But it was not a hallow victory.