Number six (6) is wrong ...that's hollar or holler because one hollers to his neighbor on the other side.<quoted text>
I'm very glad that you did, and that you let me know.
You probably know that I'm a huge fan of words, and that I make lists of uncommon but related words, and of words with similar but different meanings. A thesaurus is helpful for that. "Opprobrium" is on this one:
 Animadversion - an unfavorable or censorious comment, or the act of criticizing.
 Aspersion - a damaging or derogatory remark, or the act of slandering.
 Calumny - false and malicious statement designed to injure a reputation
 Castigate - criticize or punish someone severely.
 Censure - strong or vehement expression of disapproval
 Contemn - treat or regard with contempt.
 Contumely - insolent or insulting language or treatment.
 Defamation - unjustified injury of the reputation of another, as by slander or libel; calumny
 Derogate disparage, belittle
 Ignominy - disgrace; dishonor; public contempt, shameful or dishonorable quality or
 Impugn - question the truthfulness or validity of a statement.
 Invective - vehement denunciation, vituperation, an insulting or abusive word or expression
 Obloquy - censure, blame, or abusive language, especially by numerous persons, the bad repute resulting from it
[|4] Opprobrium harsh criticism or censure, or the disgrace resulting from a shameful act.
 Oppugn - oppose with argument; criticize adversely; call in question
 Pejorative disparaging or belittling.
 Reproach - find fault with; blame; censure, upbraid.
 Reprove - reprimand or censure someone.
 Upbraid - condemn or criticize severely.
 Vituperation - verbal abuse or castigation; violent denunciation or condemnation.
There! Now you know all twenty, and what might be a good habit to develop if you're so inclined.
Here's one I assembled recently. I wanted to know what the Spanish word cañada meant, and the translator said "glen." Well, what the hell is one of those? I thought that is was a clearing in the woods. Nope. It's a kind of valley. That led to this list of valley words:
 Glen - a narrow, often deep valley.
 Vale - a valley (used in place names or as a poetic term): "the Vale of Glamorgan."
 Strath - a large valley, typically a river valley that is wide and shallow
 Dale - a valley, esp. a broad one.
 Mountain cove - a small valley, closed at one or both ends.
 Hollow - a small valley surrounded by mountains or ridges
Ex.-Hey neighbor, ya got any shine?
Sure nuff, good ol mountain dew ...ya got any baccie?
 Coon (or combe or coombe)- a deep, narrow valley.
 Canyon - a deep gorge, typically one with a river flowing through it, as found in North America.
 Gorge - narrow valley between hills or mountains, typically with steep rocky walls and a stream running through it.
 Ravine - a deep, narrow gorge with steep sides.
 Gully - a water-worn ravine.
 Arroyo - a steep-sided gully cut by running water in an arid or semiarid region.
 Gulch - a narrow and steep-sided ravine marking the course of a fast stream.
To get a better sense of what these look like, you might search for them using Google image. For example, this is a gully:
This is called a ravine:
I'm not sure how a ravine is different from a gulch. Perhaps it's that it is narrower:
Incidentally, the clearing in the forest was a glade.