Pronunciation of Cheer
/t͡ʃˈi͡ə/, /tʃˈiə/, /tʃ_ˈiə/
Antonyms for cheer:
Synonyms for cheer:
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
hurrah, look forward to, rejoice in, applause.
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
applause, supportive yell (noun)
warmness, buoyancy, joyfulness, complaisance, bonhomie, agreeableness, geniality, cordiality, pleasance, sunniness, Jolliness, Cheeriness, lightheartedness, merriness, jauntiness, amiability, gaiety, affability, good humor, easygoingness, congeniality, cheerfulness, happiness, friendliness.
cheer up (noun)
contentment, bliss, ecstasy, pleasure, exhilaration, relish, satisfaction, enthrallment, enjoyment, joy, Bonniness, agreeability, gladness, well-being, rapture, delight, amusement, euphoria, gratification, jollity, entertainment, brightness.
exult, party, memorialize, praise, carouse, hail, honor, enjoy, laud, celebrate, make merry, jubilate, venerate, observe, frolic, inaugurate, fete, solemnize, salute, rejoice, revel, proclaim, trumpet, acclaim, glorify, hallow, commemorate.
encourage in activity (verb)
make someone feel happier (verb)
Usage examples for cheer:
- Be of good cheer; we have every reason to be satisfied with this night." - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.
- For herself, she said to herself no love could cheer her. - "The Landleaguers", Anthony Trollope.
- Cheer up, if that be all. - "The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance", Harriet Martineau.