interjection, verb (used without object), noun
Examples from the Web for hooray
Wrong wrong wrong, I report happily (and hooray for my Maryland, and the other states approving same-sex marriage).Various Thoughts: Demography, Rove, Morris, the Great Nate, &c.|Michael Tomasky|November 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Well, he may be on TBS now, but NBC is still in his crosshairs…and hooray for that!
Still, let's leave it like this: Hooray for you, Julianne Moore!
The songs, which have creaky titles like “All that Razz” and “Hooray for What's-not-good,” are belted out with pitchy gusto.
Instead of the lowing of cattle and the bleating of sheep, was the rattle of the drum and the "hooray" of the volunteers.An Artilleryman's Diary|Jenkin Lloyd Jones
I should like to shake hands with that old chap,” whispered Esau; and then aloud, as he tossed his cap in the air, “Hooray!To The West|George Manville Fenn
Oh, we're going to have our best clothes on—hip, hip, hooray!Ditte: Girl Alive!|Martin Andersen Nexo
Advancing in extended order, about twenty of the enemy were challenged, and they all cheered, shouting "Hooray."
As Joe came in I believe it fairly gave a shout of enthusiasm, a kind of hooray.The Humourous Story of Farmer Bumpkin's Lawsuit|Richard Harris
British Dictionary definitions for hooray
interjection, noun, verb
Word Origin and History for hooray