huzzah
or huzza noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1573 an expression or shout of acclaim — often used interjectionally to express joy or approbation

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  • Huzzah — (originally huzza) is an English interjection of joy or approbation. According to the Oxford English Dictionary it is apparently a mere exclamation without any particular derivation. Whatever its origins, it has seen occasional literary use since …   Wikipedia

  • Huzzah! — is an out of print board game that was produced by Cheapass Games until 2002. It is based on Renaissance fairs.The game can now be downloaded as a PDF file from the company s website.External links* [http://www.cheapass.com/free/games/hazzah.html …   Wikipedia

  • huzzah — or huzza [hə zä′, həzô′] interj., n., vi., vt. [echoic] archaic var. of HURRAH …   English World dictionary

  • huzzah — /heuh zah /, interj. 1. (used as an exclamation of joy, applause, appreciation, etc.) hurrah! n. 2. the exclamation huzzah. 3. an instance of giving praise or applause; accolade: The newspaper s review was one big huzzah for the new movie. v.i. 4 …   Universalium

  • huzzah — 1. noun /həˈzɑː/ A cheer often associated with sailors, shouted by a group in praise of a thing or event. 2. verb /həˈzɑː/ To cheer with a huzzah sound. Syn: heave, heave ho, hooray, hurrah …   Wiktionary

  • huzzah — Synonyms and related words: alleluia, applaud, applause, cheer, chorus of cheers, cry, cry for joy, give a cheer, hallelujah, hooray, hosanna, hurrah, hurray, paean, rah, shout, shout hosanna, yell, yippee …   Moby Thesaurus

  • huzzah! — expression of triumph and contempt, takes place of phrases like How d you like the taste of THAT?! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • huzzah! — expression of triumph and contempt, takes place of phrases like How d you like the taste of THAT?! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • huzzah — interj. hurray! (used to express excitement and enthusiasm) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • huzzah — interj. hurrah, hurray, rah. See hurrah(defs.1, 2) …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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