from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Used to express joy, encouragement, or triumph.
- n. A shout of "huzzah.”
- n. A cheer.
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- interj. Used as a call for coordinated physical effort, as in hoisting.
- interj. Used as a cheer indicating enjoyment or approval.
- n. A cheer often associated with sailors, shouted by a group in praise of a thing or event.
- v. To cheer with a huzzah sound.
But I'll just go for "huzzah" right now. posted by Hal Duncan | 5: 45 PM
And for that I have to tip my hat and say "huzzah"!
Everyone was confused and uncertain of what to do - until the British let out a loud "huzzah" and fired off a volley before advancing at the double quick toward you and your friends, bayonets at the ready.
Drew Bledsoe threw a touchdown pass to Dave Moore for the Bills, Eric Moulds caught four passes, and President Fillmore gave a rousing "huzzah" as Rohan Davey entered the game to replace Brady.
About time to send a little "huzzah" to Steve Barry, don't you think?
Emily taught me how to bind off, so now I have my first finished project, huzzah!
I'll have to do more work on it because some things are sketchy, but at least I have all my particulates in a row, huzzah.
Then came a nice, sunny weekend, a somewhat less sunny Monday (rain in the evening – boo!), and snow again on Tuesday (huzzah!).
I don't think there will be a lot of huzzah during the Sony Conference, except for the obvious God of War 3 stuff.
Should it go ahead, I think my agent has engaged himself to being my stalwart, huzzah!