What is another word for huzzah?

Pronunciation: [həzˈɑː] (IPA)

Huzzah, also spelled as huzza, is an archaic expression shouted in joy or triumph. It's a celebratory exclamation that's commonly used in period literature and poetry, but it's not as well-known in modern times. There are various synonyms for huzzah that can be used to convey the same emotions of excitement, enthusiasm, and praise, such as hurrah, hooray, yahoo, yippee, and cheers. These expressions are commonly used in sports events, concerts, and social gatherings, to show appreciation for an achievement or to express excitement for something. While huzzah might be a rare expression nowadays, there are still plenty of words that can be used to convey the same feelings of exhilaration.

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Usage examples for Huzzah

The moment they got a glimpse of their captain, men, women, and children ran off like mad to the waggon, clapping their hands and shouting, "huzzah!
"Sidonia The Sorceress V1"
William Mienhold
She waved her scarf and cried: huzzah!
James Joyce
On it was pinned a large paper, with the words "huzzah!"
"Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, Vol. I (of 2)"
John Lloyd Stephens

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