noun (plural Hooray Henrys or Hooray Henries)British • informal
- A lively but ineffectual young upper-class man: a bunch of Hooray Henrys with more money than senseMore example sentences
- If colleges really did take students on the basis of their father's money they would end up with a bunch of Hooray Henrys and lose all credibility.
- There will be no crackdown on Hooray Henrys spilling out of champagne bars and abusing people.
- The younger members, the aforesaid Hooray Henries, think they have the right to ride their horses roughshod wherever they like causing substantial damage.