cheer[ cheer ]SEE DEFINITION OF cheer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHEER
"Cheer up, Mary, for I seek to comfort you," answered the rejected lover.
I went an' done all I could t' cheer 'im up, an' that's all the thanks I git fer it.
Kingozi dropped his glasses to the end of its thong with a cheer.
The officers spring to their feet, wave their swords, and cheer loudly.
The tall pines themselves shook with the cheer which the yeomen raised.
Philip in vain endeavoured to cheer him up, and ate to set him the example.
They were about to cheer, but he checked it with the simple gesture of a raised hand.
The homely beauty of it smote upon him, though it could not cheer.
Niobe would have made the response with a greater show of cheer.
After this, there was a lonely home, empty of its light and cheer.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHEER
- attend to
- clear the way
- let up
- let up on
- make easier
- open the door
- run interference for
- speed up