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noun as in acclamation

noun as in encore

verb as in bottoms up

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I would have never predicted when I saw Cheers that Woody Harrelson was going to be one of the great actors of this generation.

No cheers for those who push and vote against taking climate change seriously.

"We're not anti-police, we're anti-police brutality," a member of the Justice League told the crowd, to cheers.

But the occasion is even more special when you can cheers with some funky flutes.

It is republished here with permission from Kael's daughter; please enjoy the review, originally titled, “Three Cheers.”

They had a repast together, and Aguinaldo called for cheers for Spain, in which all heartily joined.

Still we received neither cheers nor reinforcements from the population.

Everywhere along the front of Green's division the wild cheers of victory were ringing.

Result—Loud and enthusiastic cheers, amidst which Mr. Plattit-Ewd resumed his seat, having spoken for three-quarters of an hour.

A soldier in one of the regiments stationed at Homestead called upon the line to give "three cheers for the man who shot Frick."


On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cheers, such as: ovation, salutation, acclaim, adulation, applause, and approbation.

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