What is another word for hooray?

83 synonyms found


[ hˈɔːɹe͡ɪ], [ hˈɔːɹe‍ɪ], [ h_ˈɔː_ɹ_eɪ]

Hooray is an exclamation of excitement or triumph. Synonyms for hooray include hurrah, yay, woohoo, cheers, and bravo. Hurrah has a military origin and is often used to express patriotic or nationalistic sentiments. Yay is a more casual expression often used by younger generations. Woohoo is a playful and enthusiastic alternative to hooray often used in sports and entertainment. Cheers is a versatile synonym that can be used to express appreciation or support. Bravo is a more formal expression often used in the performing arts. All these synonyms are great ways to celebrate a victory, achieve a goal, or show admiration.

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What are the hypernyms for Hooray?

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What are the hyponyms for Hooray?

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What are the opposite words for hooray?

Hooray is a word that expresses excitement and joy for something positive that has happened. Its antonyms are words that convey the opposite meaning, such as sorrow, disappointment or dissatisfaction. Some antonyms for hooray are boo, hiss, groan, sigh, and boo-hoo. These words are often associated with negative experiences or emotions, like frustration, anger, or sadness. While hooray can be used to celebrate good news, antonyms like boo or hiss are used to express disapproval or disdain. The antonyms of hooray reflect the diversity of human emotions and highlight the importance of language in expressing our thoughts and feelings.

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Usage examples for Hooray

But at his cheerful countenance, I too became cheerful, and before hearing anything, I cried, hooray!
"Botchan (Master Darling)"
Mr. Kin-nosuke Natsume, trans. by Yasotaro Morri
"hooray for our side," he added.
"Out Like a Light"
Gordon Randall Garrett
If he had been a strong healthy boy Colin would probably have shouted hooray!
"The Secret Garden"
Frances Hodgson Burnett

Famous quotes with Hooray

  • Well, my brother says Hello. So, hooray for speech therapy.
    Emo Philips
  • Drawn crudely in the dust of three window-panes were a swastika, a hammer and sickle, and the Stars and Stripes. I had drawn the three symbols weeks before, at the conclusion of an argument about patriotism with Kraft. I had given a hearty cheer for each symbol, demonstrating to Kraft the meaning of patriotism to, respectively, a Nazi, a Communist, and an American. "hooray, hooray, hooray," I'd said.
    Kurt Vonnegut

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