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I had my last hoorah of the summer this past weekend. It was a blast and I really enjoyed myself! The word “hoorah” is often used to express excitement or approval. It is also used to describe a final or conclusive event, such as the last celebration before winter sets in. The phrase derives from “huzzah”, which has been an interjection of approval since at least 1706.

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I had my last hoorah this past weekend and it was amazing! I felt so much better after having some fun with friends. It’s time to start getting ready for all those sleepless nights that will soon be creeping up on me again..but not just yet! “Hooray!” means “yes!”, usually written by someone who feels elated about something (e.g., scoring a goal). It comes from Middle English hurray, which is rooted in Old French words meaning “happiness” and “hurrah.”

The word hoorah is often used to express excitement or approval. It also means something that is the last of its kind, such as a final celebration before winter sets in. The phrase derives from “huzzah” which has been an interjection of approval since at least 1706. I had my last hurrah this past weekend and it was amazing! I felt so much better after having some fun with friends. It’s time to start getting ready for all those sleepless nights that will soon be creeping up on me again..but not just yet! Hurray! (sometimes spelled hooray) means yes!, usually written by someone who feels elated about something

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