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  • But a huge huzzay! to Franken for fighting this thing out to the last vote.

    Franken Gets Big Win At Canvass Board

  • I like my Lord Mayor to have a gilt coach; my magnificent monarch to be surrounded by magnificent nobles: I huzzay respectfully when they pass in procession.

    Roundabout Papers

  • “Yes, please God! gentlemen,” say I, on which the regiment gives a hearty huzzay for the Colonel and his brother.

    The Virginians

  • I huzzay respectfully when they pass in procession.

    Roundabout Papers

  • Will they be very angry if I say that the chaplain slapped down his cards with a huzzay, whilst Lady

    The Virginians

  • A modest, handsome, brave new Prince, we gladly accept the common report that he is endowed with every virtue; and we cry huzzay with the loyal crowd that hails his accession: it could make little difference to us, as we thought, simple young sweethearts, whispering our little love-stories in our corner.

    The Virginians

  • "Yes, please God! gentlemen," say I, on which the regiment gives a hearty huzzay for the Colonel and his brother.

    The Virginians

  • Calypso and her female attendant must have both walked over the same plank, with beating hearts and streaming eyes; both must have waved pocket-handkerchiefs (of far different value and texture), as they stood on the quay, to their friends on the departing vessel, whilst the people on the land, and the crew crowding in the ship's bows, shouted hip, hip, huzzay (or whatever may be the equivalent Greek for the salutation) to all engaged on that voyage.

    The Virginians

  • ‘Champagne to our friends, and real pain to our enemies,’ — huzzay!”

    The Bedford-Row Conspiracy

  • Will they be very angry if I say that the chaplain slapped down his cards with a huzzay, whilst Lady Maria, turning as white as a sheet, rose up from her chair, tottered forward a step or two, and, with an hysterical shriek, flung herself in her cousin’s arms?

    The Virginians

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