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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hurray.

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Examples

  • 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).

    The Middle Stage

  • There were no hurrays and shouts of yeah, you go girl.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • "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.

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  • "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.

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  • "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.

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  • "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.

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  • "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.

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  • "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.

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  • "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.

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  • "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.

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