Other Words for Cheer

Cheer Noun Synonyms
disposition, frame of mind, spirit
They were of good cheer, considering their predicament.

comfort, solace, encouragement, consolation
She brought in a little breath of cheer from the outside world.

shout, cry, hurrah, rah, huzzah, hurray or hooray
Three cheers for Penelope.

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.

Cheer Verb Synonyms
comfort, console, solace, encourage, inspirit, warm, buck up
Your friendly note cheered me considerably.

gladden, enliven, cheer up, hearten, buoy up, brighten, elate, brighten, uplift, lift up
Let thy heart cheer thee in the days of thy youth.

applaud, shout, hurrah, clap, yell, and barrack for
The crowd cheered for five minutes when Mr. Flews stood to speak.

More Words for Cheer

Joy / Mirth / Cry / Spirit / Warm

Bronx Cheer

Entertainment / Baseball / Bronx Cheer: When the crowd boos (also known as a Philly Cheer). MORE

Putzscheere

Life Style / Wine Grapes / Putzscheere: (a.k.a Putscher). Wine/table grape native to Hungary and also grown in other countries of eastern Europe under many synonyms. Also found in California where it has the alias name Green Hungarian. Used MORE

Tempo

Entertainment / Literature / Tempo: The pace or speed of speech and also the degree to which individual sounds are fully articulated or blurred together. The faster the tempo, the more likely sounds will blur or elide. MORE

Palm Sunday

Life Style / Holiday / Palm Sunday: 'The sixth Sunday of Lent, one week before Easter Sunday. The Last Sunday of Lent, the day Jesus entered Jerusalem on a donkey, surrounded by cheering crowds. Celebrated in different ways around the w MORE

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