verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of cheer
SYNONYMS FOR cheer
Examples from the Web for cheerers
The Robinson band had broken out afresh, and the Robinson cheerers were confident.
And liveliest among the cheerers was the once so dignified young “Peer,” the Honorable Gwen.Dorothy at Oak Knowe|Evelyn Raymond
Bean Perkins had led his cheerers in many songs and college yells, and the colors on his cane were frayed from much waving.The Winning Touchdown|Lester Chadwick
The strident strains of the Washington Post burst out on the air, urging the cheerers to even greater efforts.
The streets ran water, and the spouts emptied their tides between the feet of the cheerers.
British Dictionary definitions for cheerers
Derived Formscheerer, nouncheeringly, adverb
Word Origin for cheer
Idioms and Phrases with cheerers
In addition to the idioms beginning with cheer
- cheer on
- cheer up
- three cheers