- dear; beloved: used in referring to or addressing a man or boy.
- a river in central France, flowing NW to the Loire River. 220 miles (355 km) long.
- a department in central France. 2820 sq. mi. (7305 sq. km). Capital: Bourges.
- a female given name.
Related Words for cherbeautiful, cute, charming, pleasant, elegant, good-looking, neat, graceful, lovely, handsome, valuable, pricey, high, steep, fancy, stiff, appealing, boss, cheerful, comely
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Contemporary Examples of cher
Like if your all out, totally crazy grandma somehow got access to a Twitter account, and also happened to be Cher.A Song of Twitter and George R.R. Martin: The Unexpected Players of the Twitterverse
June 10, 2014
Honestly, when I posted the video I was not thinking, so maybe I was like Cher!‘Clueless’: How the Greatest Clique of the ‘90s Transformed Into A Shakespearean Tragedy
May 30, 2014
Cher is still indubitably Cher, and Mariah Carey lives as she sings: big and brightly.Streisand’s Gay Sex Problem, and the Death of the Gay Icon
May 23, 2014
More importantly, Cher Horowitz taught us the importance of reinvention.
Cher Horowitz, Seth Cohen, Regina George, and more offer advice on how to survive the new year.
Historical Examples of cher
Do let me hear, by first post, how cher petit Monsieur comes on with his small-pox.The Letters of Robert Burns
You shall have them, not that you 'll need them long, mon cher.That Boy Of Norcott's
Charles James Lever
"Let's have a light, mon cher," said the other, half coaxingly.Confessions Of Con Cregan
Charles James Lever
Add facts like these: in the Cher, Representative Vignier is arrested.Napoleon the Little
"Very pleased, mon cher," she then said, holding out her hand to Nicholas.War and Peace
- a department of central France, in E Centre region. Capital: Bourges. Pop: 312 277 (2003 est). Area: 7304 sq km (2849 sq miles)
- a river in central France, rising in the Massif Central and flowing northwest to the Loire. Length: 354 km (220 miles)
U.S. pop performer, born Cherilyn Sarkisian (1946). As a given name for girls in U.S., it hit a bump of popularity 1972-73 around the time she starred in a popular TV variety show.