"Cheer up, Mary, for I seek to comfort you," answered the rejected lover.
We was all of us more comfortable, then, and went to work to cheer up the old man.
Caroline, under the spell of this convincing eloquence, began to cheer up.
Her doctor says: "Cheer up; you have dyspepsia; you will be all right soon."
“Cheer up,” cried Stanley, who had put his companion ahead of him.
Cheer up, old man; we haven't all got your southern chivalry.
It rested with her to be cheerful herself, and to comfort and cheer up the others.
Cheer up; we will soon have a blazing fire and something nice to eat.
Sorry to hear that, my young friend; but cheer up; it'll come out all right.
But cheer up, John, I have a hunch that we will strike a pay streak of grub yet.