Definitions

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  • interj. Alternative spelling of hurrah.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Forex - U. S Trade deficit hoorah is short lived as retail sales are set to disappoint

    FXstreet.com

  • I thought it was a beautiful last "hoorah" so to speak to his fans.

    Cool Stuff: Clint Eastwood: 35 Films, 35 Years at Warner Bros. DVD Set | /Film

  • I mean, really, why have another martyr that people can rally around and chant and go "hoorah"?

    CNN Transcript Mar 24, 2002

  • "This is where they get to speak as their last kind of hoorah as parents of the year for this year," Thornton said.

    The Battalion

  • You should see the folder full of hate mail I have from all those manufacturers and marketers that control me and who don't feel like their product got a big enough webBikeWorld "hoorah"!

    webBikeWorld.com

  • 'Cause it looks like we're going to spend the rest of our lives up here, "some kind of hoorah broke out back about where we left the old wizard and every soldier in sight headed that way.

    The Silver Spike

  • The announcement Thursday afternoon that it had found buyers for its Ohio properties, at a rich price, may reduce these concerns—but investors may worry that this sale will be the last hoorah for the company's land-flipping strategy.

    Chesapeake Nears $3.4 Billion in Deals

  • The ants go marching one by one hoorah, hooray, the last one stopped to clean his gun, his past caught up and now he's done and they all go marching down and down and into the ground!

    Obama did not order Van Jones' resignation, adviser says

  • Yes | No | Report from dneaster3 wrote 42 weeks 11 hours ago hoorah!

    Kill Some Trees On Earth Day

  • I'd received sporadic text messages from him all week, each of them related to us enjoying one last hoorah and me not being allowed to go to Berlin or anywhere else that weekend.

    Sullen Months, Möbius Strips

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  • Compare hoohah.

    June 28, 2009

  • HooRah - marine battle cry, possibly Prussian in origin

    Hooah - army battle cry, also might be from the same origin...

    June 28, 2009