English words and Examples of Usage

use "cheer" in a sentence

South Africa led 12-10 at the interval, but they had little to cheer.

“You cheer as loud as you can, and eventually good things can happen.”

His wife Jane admits she will be torn on which team she will cheer for.

She wanted to take the dogs around and help cheer people up, Eric said.

Even when players faced a teammate, they couldn't help but cheer them on.

Arsenal, though, weren't going to leave Munich without something to cheer.

Romania finally had something to cheer when Larisa Iordache claimed bronze.

Earnings reports from Microsoft, IBM and Yahoo also failed to cheer investors.

There is a groan as he falls once more, and a cheer as he staggers to his feet.

As a result, she may not be in Glendale, Arizona, on Feb. 1 to cheer on her team.

And a scene when fan letters come to life to cheer her up is a little self-serving.

At orientation, students receive a small cheer book filled with traditional chants.

I think (the French) will cheer more for me than they will the French national team.

Hundreds of people throw streamers and cheer during a "moment of applause" for Const.

Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry urged residents to pray for the team and cheer them on.

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