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adjective as in encouraging

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This year, marketers are turning more and more to influencers to spread holiday cheer.

From Digiday

Households with close quarters and slipping masks over holiday cheers isn’t going to help the worsening situation, no matter how cozy you may feel in your hometown.

From Fortune

In Jordan, Gordon’s district, the two sports girls were most interested in were archery and cheer, both of which are not sanctioned by the UHSAA.

The crowd, which numbered in the tens of thousands, gave him a thunderous cheer when he took the stage.

When cheer gyms reopened in July, Patrick Henry cheer coaches called practices indoors at the CheerForce gym in El Cajon.

I have to admit that while I was watching this, I was cheering her on, but with a little uneasiness.

Verdict leaves supporters cheering and opponents gnashing their teeth in frustration.

Then he stood up and essentially told a cheering Austin crowd that he would never surrender to the president.

But the strangest moment in the show was when Cruise dragged Holmes out to the cheering crowd.

No, they were cheering for the Russian victory in World War Two.

Presently the aeroplane came into sight again and was greeted with a sudden roar of cheering.

And then the cadets marched around and across the campus, waving their firebrands, and singing and cheering lustily.

Bobby Hargrew started the cheering; but it was Laura who reached Jess first and hugged her tight.

But the groom who took care of them sprang instantly after them, and kept swimming beside them, guiding and cheering them.

This caused many a burst of cheering from the crowds, as the fact and its import became gradually known.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cheering, such as: comforting, heartening, hopeful, promising, auspicious, and bright.

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