hoorah

[ hoo-rah ]
/ hʊˈrɑ /

interjection, verb (used without object), noun

a variant of hurrah.

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Example sentences from the Web for hoorah

  • Now here's all this hoorah about his bein' put up for Congress!

    Heart's Desire|Emerson Hough
  • Well, if the hoorah had started there 'stead of here there'd be dead people now back of us more'n there is now.

    The Covered Wagon|Emerson Hough
  • I've taken all comers 'twixt Hoorah and Hackenny, and he ain't let me down yet.

  • "It ain't wuth a hoorah in a hen-pen if it ain't run as a tavern," stated the Cap'n.