Definition of "cheered" []

  • To make or become happy or hopeful; comfort or be comforted (verb)
  • To applaud with shouts (verb)
  • To encourage (a team, person, etc) with shouts, esp in contests (verb)
  • A shout or cry of approval, encouragement, etc, often using such words as hurrah! or rah! rah! rah! (noun)
  • Happiness; good spirits (noun)
  • State of mind; spirits (archaic, except in the phrases be of good cheer, with good cheer) (noun)
  • Provisions for a feast; fare (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of cheer. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cheered" in a sentence
  • "Palin cheered alright, look at the crowds that came to see the "CLOWN" performing like a little monkey .... yet knowing that she would soon be back in her cage in Alaska."
  • "As drivers navigated through cones and barrels, relatives, friends and co-workers cheered from the sidelines as each driver's name, tenure at Metro and number of miles driven without an accident were announced by loudspeaker."
  • "Maria Sharapova cheered from the bench, and joined in the celebration after the win."