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  • verb Present participle of huzzah.


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  • The huzzahing over SSBs and details about their financial problems were about the only things of substance to happen at the synod: Church or Political Party?

    The Diocese of Niagara Synod: Same-sex blessing timetable « Anglican Samizdat

  • And as instantly being set upon by a circling, huzzahing mass — the while a score of those nearest sought to seize him by the hand or place a grateful pat upon his arm or shoulder.

    An American Tragedy

  • So while we're huzzahing Einstein and Jeff Bezos, how about a big cheer for the guy who really foresaw where we were heading, calculus-wise?

    Time Snubs Humpty-Dumpty, Chooses Amazon's Jeff Bezos

  • Square -- a process which took twenty yoke of oxen and was accompanied by wild huzzahing.

    The Old Coast Road From Boston to Plymouth

  • Members of that Brigade have told me that the enemy rushed upon them at the double-quick, huzzahing loudly.

    History of Kershaw's Brigade

  • The sound of the melee was frightful; then out of it burst a loud huzzahing.

    The Long Roll

  • Behind them were heard the blue, advancing and huzzahing.

    The Long Roll

  • Villon and Katherine de Vaucelles after they fell upon each other's necks in that open place in Paris, with the mob huzzahing, the king staring and Tristan's strange satellites busily dismantling the useless gibbet.

    If I Were King

  • This mob was one of many thousands that were going about the country at that time, huzzahing for the acquittal of the seven bishops who had been tried just then, and about whom little Harry

    The History of Henry Esmond

  • July look, and the Champ-de-Mars is multitudinous with men: but the jubilee-huzzahing has become Bedlam-shrieking, of terror and revenge; not blessing of Talleyrand, or any blessing, but cursing, imprecation and shrill wail; our cannon-salvoes are turned to sharp shot; for swinging of incense-pans and Eighty-three Departmental Banners, we have waving of the one sanguinous Drapeau-Rouge.

    The French Revolution


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