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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUZZA

A huzza from the opposite side answered his own shout of triumph.

The cry is up to the hub, down with the bank, huzza for the party!

The Soldiers pass out, bearing Samuel and shouting, "Huzza!"

The mob adore and huzza him, and so they did at the first instant.

(he pulls the rope forcibly down, and hangs Jack Ketch) Huzza!

The people are uproariously demonstrative; they are shouting: 'Huzza!

Huzza for the taste and the rule Of the master of fashion, the pride of our day!

The crowd was so attentive as to give a huzza for my success.

She has a great fortune, and you captains are damned poor—but, huzza!

On their return, pulling off his hat, he waved it with an huzza, and advanced in front of the enemy's formed battalions.

WORD ORIGIN

also huzzah, 1570s, originally a sailor's shout of exaltation, encouragement, or applause. Perhaps originally a hoisting cry.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HUZZA

hurrah

interjectionyeah
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