- (used as an exclamation of triumphant discovery, mockery, contempt, irony, surprise, etc., according to the manner of utterance.)
- American Heart Association.
- American Historical Association.
- American Hospital Association.
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Examples from the Web for aha
And when the AHA is reintroduced in parliament, as it inevitably will be, he can soft-pedal.
Museveni may have underestimated the extent of the Western backlash to the AHA; this could give him an opportunity to back out.
“It was an aha moment for me and motivated the research,” Lee said.The Gubernatorial Glass Ceiling—and What It Means for Hillary Clinton
June 5, 2014
But when that clinical research does not jibe with AHA dogma, it is ignored.
The AHA stepped up to the plate, but instead of an out-of-the-ballpark home run, it fouled out.
Aha, you've discovered it's a parody, have you, you sly minx!The Straw
Aha, yaas; and the bon papa and mamma know vere you have come?Cormorant Crag
George Manville Fenn
"Aha," said the lean man, quietly, and gripped the lad's arm with his hand.The Black Buccaneer
Stephen W. Meader
Aha, thought I, now at last is he going to pester me with his literary efforts.The Cruise of the Snark
Aha, you are going about and showing the people what you can do!The Goose Man
- an exclamation expressing triumph, surprise, etc, according to the intonation of the speaker
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Word Origin and History for aha
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