Cheer - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- the quality of being cheerful and dispelling gloom (syn: cheerfulness, sunshine)
- show approval or good wishes by shouting
- spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts (syn: barrack, exhort, inspire, urge)
The audience let out a cheer.
Loud cheers were coming from the bleachers.
The star was greeted with cheers.
Let's spread a little holiday cheer.
The cheerleaders did a cheer for the home team.
The crowd cheered as he crossed the finish line.
We were cheering for you all the way!
The crowd cheered him as he crossed the finish line.
Their fans cheered them to victory.
Supporters cheered the court's decision.
Investors were cheered by good economic news.
He cheered her, and that helped.
Let's go to the football game and cheer for our favourite team.
The House cheered more tumultuously than ever.
A great cheer went up from the crowd.
present participle: cheering
past tense: cheered
past participle: cheered
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