Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of henry.

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Examples

  • And what are WE up against? a couple of Bullingdon hooray-henries and a leadership reject with the political acumen of petrified bird droppings .

    The Guardian World News

  • It is all about money not about hooray henries or failing to get the recruiting message across.

    Army Rumour Service

  • But this kind of stuff is just lazy, designed to influence people's opinions in the most insidious way - akin to painting all Tories as closet Nazis/hooray henries/sexual deviants.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Þer {} eft {er} co {m} þe king {es} doht {er} henries þe hefde ben emp {er} i [ce] i [n A] lamanie. ⁊ nu wæs cuntesse in Angou.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • Flipping unbelievable, the Queen would rob the coffers of schools and hospitals so that her tawdry hangers on and distant relatives don't have to pay their way Grr If they are grace and favour, let the residents of them pay if Her Maj ain't got the dough but bollocks to us paying it, we don't pay our taxes so chinless hooray henries and Chlamydia Camilla's can have a ball at our expense.

    The Independent - UK RSS Feed

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