from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Variant of hurrah.
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- interj. Used to express approval, joy or victory.
- n. A shout to signify victory.
- n. An expression of excitement.
- v. To shout an expression of excitement.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a victory cheer
The full tracklisting is provided handily on the back in English, hooray!
The diagram is more about actions one should take to be in the "hooray" zone, more so than fitting a certain job into these categories.
I'm no hipster, but even I know that the word "hooray" should NEVER be used except ironically.
So "hooray" for SecondLife - you've just told me that a simple honest person paying cash can NOT pay for an account. --so it seems from this end of the wire.
Millions of ruined knees shout "hooray" or they would, if knees had mouths.
And when they turned in the drive and Teddy and Hal walked off to the barn, the sleighbells jingling like Christmas chimes in the air, they shouted "hooray" again, one and all.
But recognizing directly that it was land, he cried out "hooray" which is the English exclamation of joy or applause, and asked for some drink money.
Christoph von Graffenried's Account of the Founding of New Bern. Edited with an Historical Introduction and an English Translation by Vincent H. Todd, Ph.D. University of Illinois in Cooperation with Julius Goebel, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Languages University of Illinois
"Hooray!" replied the crowd, and a feeble "hooray"'was heard from between the logs of old Miller's hut.
I say "hooray" only because this might be the final SW post on this loser, & no more taxpayer $ will be spent on a stale legal farce.
In regard to "Baylor University: Let's separate fact from fiction; School has proud history in Houston, Medical Center" (Page B9, Wednesday), a resounding "hooray" for R. Dary Stone, chairman of the Baylor University Board of R.gents, and Baylor interim President David E. Garland for taking their opponents and the Houston Chronicle to the woodshed for a much needed, and overdue, history lesson on both Baylor University and Baylor College of Medicine.