hoo-rah

hoorah

1. An exclamation of celebration; hooray. You got an A on the exam—hoorah!
2. An affirmative exclamation commonly used by members of the US military. The soldiers all shouted "Hoorah!" before dispersing.
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hoo-rah

verb
See hoo-ah
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