American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- interj. Informal Used to express joy or elation.
- interj. Used to express joy or elation.
“No, 'yippee' actually -- it captures something that is almost inevitable.”
“Every page is lined and has a little image of the girl and "yippee" in the bottom corner.”
“On the front is a picture of a girl in mid joyous leap, and underneath the picture is the word "yippee" in huge letters.”
“Indeed, since entering 2011, I have been cautious; and except for the 14-point, first day of the year "yippee" to 1273, the SPX hasn't really done all that much.”
“I cant say' yippee 'just yet, but container exports at the Port went up 43 per cent, that has nothing to do with the value of the exports, but it's a good sign,' he said, adding that he could only be sure of a positive turnaround after the second quarter.”
“It is amazing the things that make you go "yippee" every so often.”
“-- yahoo as a noun dates to Swift's book in 1726; yahoo as an interjection (synonym for "yippee") dates to 1870.”
“yippee", Tiger Woods is back, bound for the Masters at Augusta National after months of speculation.”
“Plus, the heat is pretty much gone now (yippee!) so I have no more excuses.”
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