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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hurray.
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This homegrown sound has long been missing from the streets of Indian fiction in English (think of how many "hurrays" and "bravos" one hears instead).
There were no hurrays and shouts of yeah, you go girl.
"At the historic moment of electing comrade Kim Jong Il as chairman of the National Defense Commission, all deputies and participants, overwhelmed by endless emotion, joy and admiration, sent up storm-like hurrays," a newscaster said minutes later on state TV.
Pumpkin beers crop up all over - to hurrays and boos
Below the fold is the article with mild edits (e.g., omitting the pre-election hurrays!):
Take off his head, likewise his brush and give him three hurrays. "