I pointed into the bushes with signs of "Hurrah, it's Wahb."
The place was cold as a barn, an' it looked like a hurrah's nest.
I'm just as likely to wave my hat and hurrah as I am to do anything.
I fired and was reloading my gun, when I heard a hurrah behind me.
Recently the filly shied, took the bit in her teeth and—hurrah, boys!
There I was, though, and the crowd doin' the hurrah act for all it was worth.
No iron mixed with miry clay, Will ever do, the people say,Hurrah!
No other man in this our day Will ever do, the people say:Hurrah!
"Hurrah, Songbird, you ought to have that set to music," cried Dick.
Bob balanced himself on the top rail, and shouted, "Hurrah!"