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  • verbmake someone feel happier
  • verbencourage in activity

synonyms for cheered

  • buoy
  • comfort
  • elate
  • encourage
  • hearten
  • animate
  • brighten
  • console
  • elevate
  • embolden
  • enliven
  • exhilarate
  • gladden
  • help
  • incite
  • inspirit
  • solace
  • steel
  • strengthen
  • uplift
  • upraise
  • warm
  • brace up
  • buck up
  • give a lift
  • let the sun shine in
  • perk up
  • pick up
  • put on cloud nine
  • put on top of the world
  • snap out of it
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antonyms for cheered

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  • depress
  • discourage
  • agitate
  • decrease
  • dull
  • hurt
  • sadden
  • trouble
  • upset
  • weaken
  • worry
  • bring down
  • dishearten
  • dissuade
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How to use cheered in a sentence

So this year enjoy a glass of cheer with each other over Zoom.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND LET’S END ‘ALTERNATIVE FACTS’PETER ROSENSTEINDECEMBER 22, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
On the other hand, as someone who has had the privilege of holding onto his job—and his health—I think if you have the means, it’s a good time to spread extra cheer by being extra thoughtful with holiday giving.
WHAT OUR GEAR GUY IS GIFTING FOR CHRISTMASJOE JACKSONDECEMBER 20, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Unfortunately, you must continue to politely demur and find other ways to spread positive news and good cheer.
MISS MANNERS: HUSBAND’S RUDE EATING HABITS DRIVING WIFE UP THE WALLJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINDECEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Health-care professionals have emerged as the heroes of the Covid crisis, often drawing cheers from grateful onlookers as they emerge from hospitals after long and grueling shifts.
SWEDEN’S FRONTLINE HEALTH CARE WORKERS ARE QUITTING IN WORRYING NUMBERS AS COVID CASES SPIKEKDUNN6DECEMBER 13, 2020FORTUNE
Not just because of candles on a menorah or bulbs strung on Christmas trees but because bright, twinkling lights bring cheer and beauty to the shortest, darkest days of the year.
TODAY IN D.C.: HEADLINES TO START YOUR FRIDAY IN D.C., MARYLAND AND VIRGINIADANA HEDGPETH, TEDDY AMENABARDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The people of the valley were to know that their kindness had cheered me, but of their pity I wanted none.
THE SOLDIER OF THE VALLEYNELSON LLOYD
But here in this little valley of the Kaw, he was cheered to see his race on a practical and sensible basis.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
On the threshold of my new work such encouragement greatly cheered me and increased my determination to do my best.
FIFTY YEARS OF RAILWAY LIFE IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELANDJOSEPH TATLOW
Mr. Barnes, who was loudly cheered on his return to the House, joined in the cry for economy.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 158, APRIL 28, 1920VARIOUS
Half an hour later, when he entered his boat again to go on shore, the men cheered him.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
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WORDS RELATED TO CHEERED

  • cheered
  • extolled
  • hailed
  • lauded
  • renowned
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