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cheerleader

noun as in one who supports and praises

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I’m looking for someone who can be my biggest cheerleader in all areas of life, and who will welcome me to be the same to her in return.

The cheerleaders retained Banks and Allred following an August report in The Washington Post about two 10-minute videos set to classic rock hits they said were made without their knowledge.

I think it was the relationship that me and my mom had that played a big part, and she was my biggest cheerleader.

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A cheerleader for letting stuff go, I even started something called Declutter Sunday on Facebook, where friends posted an item they were jettisoning.

Lewd videos of cheerleaders, produced and shared in the organization without their knowledge, won’t do it.

“Jen is a great athlete and a wonderful cheerleader,” says Tiffany.

She attended the Temperley shows, and was an enthusiastic cheerleader for British fashion as a whole.

More tongue-in-cheek was a new twist on the cheerleader uniform.

In their cheerleader personas, the penguins took over the stadium, entering through the igloo.

And at the center of it all: a striking blond cheerleader-cum-schoolteacher.

Too bad none of them ever crashed, or landed on the Yale football field and said Take me to your cheerleader, or something.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cheerleader, such as: champion, defender, exponent, promoter, supporter, and admirer.

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

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