a cry or shout of approval
cheerfulness, cheer, sunniness, sunshine(verb)
the quality of being cheerful and dispelling gloom
"flowers added a note of cheerfulness to the drab room"
cheer, hearten, recreate, embolden(verb)
give encouragement to
recreate, vivify, jolly up, play, root on, reanimate, hearten, urge, renovate, cheer up, exhort, barrack, embolden, urge on, revivify, pep up, chirk up, animate, repair, revive, inspire, jolly along, quicken
show approval or good wishes by shouting
"everybody cheered the birthday boy"
cheer, cheer up, jolly along, jolly up(verb)
cause (somebody) to feel happier or more cheerful
"She tried to cheer up the disappointed child when he failed to win the spelling bee"
cheer, cheer up, chirk up(verb)
cheer, root on, inspire, urge, barrack, urge on, exhort, pep up(verb)
spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts
"The crowd cheered the demonstrating strikers"
jeer, juice up, animate, pep up, press, scoff, root on, enliven, urge on, instigate, flout, advocate, invigorate, urge, inspire, exalt, ginger up, exhort, hearten, jolly along, prompt, revolutionize, jazz up, recreate, cheer up, barrack, recommend, inhale, chirk up, embolden, breathe in, revolutionise, jolly up, gibe
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To cherish is both to hold dear and to treat as dear. Mere unexpressed esteem would not be cherishing. In the marriage vow, "to love, honor, and cherish," the word cherish implies all that each can do by love and tenderness for the welfare and happiness of the other, as by support, protection, care in sickness, comfort in sorrow, sympathy, and help of every kind. To nurse is to tend the helpless or feeble, as infants, or the sick or wounded. To nourish is strictly to sustain and build up by food; to nurture includes careful mental and spiritual training, with something of love and tenderness; to foster is simply to maintain and care for, to bring up; a foster-child will be nourished, but may not be as tenderly nurtured or as lovingly cherished as if one's own. In the figurative sense, the opinion one cherishes he holds, not with mere cold conviction, but with loving devotion.
See synonyms for ABANDON; CHASTEN.
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How to use cheer in a sentence?
CrossFit consumers really pull for everyone else, if you watch CrossFit games, the people who finish first turn around and cheer for people who are finishing next.
Money alone has the power to make the people cheer in favour or raise anti-voice against any person at any place.
We started the island race trend and we're proud of the growth. We have the synergy between the public and private sector and locals to make the Spetses event bigger and better each year. numbers will come. We think success comes from putting it together. In the end, we connect the small island communities to a new concept of tourism in Greece. They love to participate, volunteer and cheer on the runners. It's a very local experience and a different feeling from the city races.
I was saved by cheer.
You hear a lot of 'Go Dawgs!' You hear a lot of barking, when you get to see that many people from a school, it is like a fraternity. You can root for those people. Obviously, I want to beat them all, but you root for them and cheer them on.
Translations for cheer
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- аплодирам, настроение, одобрително възклицаниеBulgarian
- jubeln, applaudieren, aufmuntern, aufheiternGerman
- hurai, huraoEsperanto
- aclamar, alegría, hurraSpanish
- iloisuus, hilpeys, kannustushuuto, kannustaa, hurraahuuto, hurrataFinnish
- acclamer, applaudirFrench
- incitare, buonumoreItalian
- 喝采, 声援, 励ますJapanese
- heiarop, heieNorwegian
- подбадривать, ликовать, аплодировать, приветствовать, воодушевлять, поощрятьRussian
- hurra, hejaramsa, hejaSwedish
- vui lênVietnamese
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