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live|Long live ... ! (''used to express acclaim or support'').
1841, Joseph Bullar, Henry Bullar, ''A winter in the Azores, and a summer at the baths of the Furnas''
- ...the people clapped and vivaed, groaned and hooted, as they were pleased or disappointed, until at length the intense excitement began to subside...
1859, ''The Atlantic Monthly''
- The next evening Paine went to the theatre. The state-box had been prepared for him. The house rose and vivaed as he entered.
1857, George Payne R James, ''Leonora d'Orco''
- ...did you not hear how the beasts last night were cheering and vivaing those French heretics?
1855, Mayne Reid, ''The White Chief: A Legend of Northern Mexico'' (page 89)
- When the cibolero returned to the plain, he was received with a fresh burst of vivas, and kerchiefs were waved to greet him.
An oral examination, typically for an academic qualification.
To subject to an examination of this kind.
1972, ''The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History''
- Throughout his life, he took college responsibilities seriously, he came to All Souls whenever possible on weekends, he vivaed or interviewed candidates...
2009, Gianni Paganini, Jose Raimundo Maia Neto, ''Renaissance Scepticisms''
- My doctoral thesis was vivaed three years before the publication of the revised and expanded edition of Richard H. Popkin's work...
(adj form of)
live ... !
three cheers for ... !
(es-verb form of)