Synonyms of hoot
1 cryDictionary • the hoots of night birds
cry • Her brother gave a cry of recognition.
shout • I heard a distant shout.
howl • a howl of rage
scream • Hilda let out a scream.
shriek • a shriek of joy
whoop • A wild frenzy of whoops and yells arose outside.
2 tootDictionary • He strode on, ignoring the car, in spite of a further warning hoot.
3 jeerDictionary • His confession was greeted with derisive hoots.
jeer • the heckling and jeers of his audience
1 jeerDictionary • The protesters chanted, blew whistles and hooted.
howl • The baby was howling for her 3am feed.
2 cryDictionary • Out in the garden an owl hooted suddenly.
call • `Boys!' she called, 'Dinner's ready!'
3 tootDictionary • Somewhere in the distance a siren hooted.
blare • Music blared from the flat behind me.
4 shoutDictionary • Bev hooted with laughter.
shout • We began to shout for help.
cry • `You're under arrest!' he cried.
yell • He was out there shouting and yelling.
scream • If I hear one more joke about my hair, I shall scream.
shriek • She shrieked and leapt from the bed.
whoop • The audience whooped and cheered with delight.
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blareIf something such as a siren or radio blares or if you blare it, it makes a loud, unpleasant noise.
• Music blared from the flat behind me.
• `Boys!' she called, 'Dinner's ready!'
Thesaurus for hoot from the Collins English Thesaurus