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- n. cheer
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See cheer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of cheer.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
These people are like a high-school girl not getting selected for the chear leading squad saying that it was not that important anyway.
Some nice high rez shots of the surface of Mars to be found right chear!
For each of the grand national runners you can see their jockey, form details, racing colours so you know which one to chear on! and their latest grand national odds
You can get the full skinny by clicking this here interweb link right chear.
“I cannot bear this!” cried Cecilia; “you must tell me no more of your Billy; but go home, and chear your spirits, and do every thing in your power to save your husband.”
Delighted at this unexpected commission, she thanked him with smiles for the office; and as she hastened down stairs to chear the poor expectant with the welcome intelligence, she framed a thousand excuses for the part he had hitherto acted, and without any difficulty, persuaded herself he began to see the faults of his conduct, and to meditate a reformation.
Lavinia and Camilla, perfectly relieved now from all fears for their brother, repaired to the study of their father, anxious to endeavour to chear him, and to accelerate a meeting and reconciliation for Lionel; but they found him desirous to be alone, though kindly, and unsolicited, he promised to admit his son before dinner.
Ai haz goned thru tihs maiseylfe menny tiems; iyt kan bees kwite haurd tuu chear yuurseylfe up afture taht heppins;
Nao we hab Mimi kitteh t0 chear uz up wiv hur antiks.
Due yuo wantta B held up into a chear-leeder pyramidy fingy, ore wood U ratter wii shoold rase yU up tue due some krowd-serfing?