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Use "hurray" in a sentence
"Mr. Chinoy shouts "hurray" at this turn, which he interprets as the administration's last-ditch attempt to atone for six wasted years."
"By the way, "Hurray for X" isn't really as similar as Dong thinks, since "hurray" has rarely been used in any way except as an interjection...and interjections do tend to appear either alone or in isolated phrases, none of which take verb-like objects as Dong's other examples do."
"McDaniel said there wasn't any yelling "hurray" or any other excitement when the prisoners were told they were to be released."