verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of cheer
SYNONYMS FOR cheer
Examples from the Web for cheered
People on the streets of Havana cheered and celebrated the return of fighters from the Sierra Maestra.
Blonde kids named Kyle and Zack cheered on Los Doyers while wearing jerseys with “Valenzuela” on the back.
On the contrary, it should be hoisted on our collective shoulders and cheered Rudy-style.Guardians of the Galaxy’s Chris Pratt Is the Everydude Superhero|Kevin Fallon|August 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The crowd that accumulated to watch the squabble reportedly applauded and cheered as Bieber fled the scene.An Unlikely Hero Blooms in Ibiza: Orlando Bloom Sort of Punches Justin Bieber|Amy Zimmerman|July 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Show regulars Jay Mohr and Penn Gillette also cheered for Cumia.
The crowd gathered behind first held their breath and then cheered him.King of Ranleigh|F. S. (Frederick Sadlier) Brereton
And again I was grateful to Hilderman for his timely tact, for it cheered the old man immensely, and helped me a little, too.The Mystery of the Green Ray|William Le Queux
It was a relief to Mr. Gribble when his wife came downstairs again, and he was cheered to see that she looked much better.The Weaker Vessel|W.W. Jacobs
The irrepressible juniors lost all control in their excitement, and cheered on each as she appeared to be gaining.The Luckiest Girl in the School|Angela Brazil
The only thing that cheered the house were loads of books in every corner, and, perhaps, great though hidden hopes.Our Revolution|Leon Trotzky
British Dictionary definitions for cheered
Derived Formscheerer, nouncheeringly, adverb
Word Origin for cheer
Idioms and Phrases with cheered
In addition to the idioms beginning with cheer
- cheer on
- cheer up
- three cheers