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Used to express approval or delight.‘someone yelled ‘Huzza!’’
hurrah, hurray, whoop, bravo, hoot, shout, shriekView synonyms
- ‘She won her case - huzzah!’
- ‘His keyboard skills are to be saluted, and I have been promised a copy of his band's CD, huzzah!’
- ‘I was pretty English-white when I got back, so I've burnt a lot, but that's tanning quite well, and my sexy tan line is back in action, huzzah!’
- ‘The best Canadian novel about insects is back in print - huzzah!’
- ‘It celebrates the day when Mexico signed their declaration of independence and threw off the yoke of British colonialism, huzzah!’
Cry ‘huzza’‘he huzzaed at the top of his voice’
shout, cry, call, yell, roar, scream, shriek, screech, hoot, hoop, cheer, hurrahView synonyms
- ‘If this is all so, then huzzah for whichever presidents have selected the cheaper option.’
- ‘Most of the time they seem to have gathered ‘in great concourse,’ huzzahed when appropriate, and gone home to illuminate their houses to show approval.’
- ‘They huzzah as they reached the outskirts of Starla.’
Late 16th century: perhaps used originally as a sailor's cry when hauling.
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