An electronic inter-personal communication device that serves as a vector for both voice and text based communications. Modern day hollarators are hand-held, and communications are transmitted via wireless digital information networks. Early hollarators transmitted communications between two cans via a string. However, advancements made during the technological revolution of the late 80's and 90's allowed for the creation of a more portable, wireless hollerator that provides the user with more consistency and clearer reception.

accepted alternative spellings include: hollerator.
see also: cell phone
Richard: Golly! That is one nice hollarator you have.
Lawrence: Thanks Dick. I received it at no cost for signing a new contract but it sure does drop a lot of calls.
Por Craig/Cory 18 de mayo de 2005

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