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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of huzzah.


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  • Lars Porsenna of Clusium himself was more clapped on the back, and huzzahed after, and backed up by the augurs, nor more frequently told that he was the beloved of heaven, than Mrs. Tarbell had been by her soothsayers and partisans.

    Lippincott's Magazine, October 1885

  • They huzzahed when they saw the Confederates, and the Confederates answered with that strangest battle shout, that wild and high and ringing cry called the "rebel yell."

    The Long Roll

  • And the dense crowds huzzahed, and the band played

    Without Prejudice

  • So here's at least some cream of a bumper crop, to be squabbled and huzzahed over.

    The Full Feed from

  • The crowd huzzahed genteel, home counties approval.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Castlewood — for Henry Esmond was no servant, though a dependant; no relative, though he bore the name and inherited the blood of the house; and in the midst of the noise and acclamations attending the arrival of the new lord (for whom, you may be sure, a feast was got ready, and guns were fired, and tenants and domestics huzzahed when his carriage approached and rolled into the court-yard of the hall), no one ever took any notice of young Henry

    The History of Henry Esmond


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