Thesaurus / cheer up
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Cheer up, Mr. Cardigan; 312 we'll sight them over our rifles yet.

CardiganRobert W. Chambers

At the sight of so much mental anguish, he felt all his old affection reawakening, and he tried to cheer up his friend.

But cheer up, thou grave, learned, and most melancholy jackanape!

KenilworthSir Walter Scott

Squire Eben laughed, pulled the boy to his feet again, and bade him again to cheer up and not to fret.

Jerome, A Poor ManMary E. Wilkins Freeman

Why not have less, and take some time to enjoy his home, and cheer up his wife, and form the minds of his children?

Cheer up, it's all right, go in and win—there's a lion-hearted Pitman!'

The Wrong BoxRobert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne

Cheer up, Pegsie; you'll see it won't be so bad as you imagine.

A Terrible TomboyAngela Brazil

You take my advice and cheer up instead of continually sniveling.

Cheer up, brother, there's no bigger fool than a man as is sent crazy with a woman.

Cheer up, Crane: go and scold Sophy, and make her act if you can; if not, scold Rugge into letting her alone.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.