noun, plural ché·ries [shey-ree] /ʃeɪˈri/. French.
Can be confusedchérie cherry
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In a session headlined by Cherie Blair, founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation of Women, handheld technology was forefront.
A spokesman for the former prime minister and his wife, Cherie, said their daughter was unharmed.Thief Holds Tony Blair’s Daughter At Gunpoint Demanding Jewels and Cash|Nico Hines|September 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She returned in 2010, starring as Cherie Currie in the underrated rock biopic The Runaways.Sundance It Girls Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen on ‘Very Good Girls’|Marlow Stern|January 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Cherie Blair and the Queen have a long and difficult history.
And civil cases by Cherie Blair and two others accusing News Corp. employees of doing just that are heading for court in New York.Rupert Murdoch Bares Media’s Reach to Leveson Inquiry on Phone Hacking|Nicholas Wapshott|April 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"The breaking of Cherie's heart is all that I care about," said he.
There were tears on his eyelashes as he rose up, bent over, and kissed his Cherie.
I have been thinking of Cherie, and of what a mixture she was of tenderness and vindictiveness.A Daughter of the Union|Lucy Foster Madison
Cherie, there's never been another woman for me; there never will be!Harriet and the Piper|Kathleen Norris
She always called me Glorious Susiethat is when she didnt call me Cherie.Out of the Air|Inez Haynes Irwin