Definition for aha (2 of 3)
Definition for aha (3 of 3)
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|Eleanor Clift|June 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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.
But here I am—ready for work—always ready, and I see my old friends, too, aha!All Sorts and Conditions of Men|Walter Besant
Two months passed, and Athira's brother stood outside the regimental Lines again and yelped, 'Aha!Life's Handicap|Rudyard Kipling
He then went to the bed where his daughters slept, and having felt the little nightcaps that belonged to the boys, "Aha!"Tales of Passed Times|Charles Perrault
Aha; I am so fine and clever, I must ave somebody—Nannette, you come and kiss me.Fontainbleau|John O'Keeffe
For a long while without moving in any limb he kept the same severe, almost morose expression, and only growled out twice, "aha."A House of Gentlefolk|Ivan Turgenev