Meaning of CHEER in English

n. 1 disposition, frame of mind, spirit They were of good cheer, considering their predicament 2 cheerfulness, gladness, mirth, joy, gaiety, blitheness, happiness, buoyancy, light-heartedness, merrymaking There wasn't much cheer at the pub when we learnt of what had befallen poor Grover 3 comfort, solace, encouragement, consolation She brought in a little breath of cheer from the outside world 4 shout, cry, hurrah, rah, huzzah, hurray or hooray Three cheers for Penelope!

v. 5 comfort, console, solace, encourage, inspirit, warm, Colloq buck up Your friendly note cheered me considerably 6 gladden, enliven, cheer up, hearten, buoy up, brighten, elate, brighten, uplift, lift up Let thy heart cheer thee in the days of thy youth 7 applaud, shout, hurrah, clap, yell; Colloq Brit and Australian and New Zealand barrack for The crowd cheered for five minutes when Mr Flews stood to speak

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