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- v. Present participle of cheer.
- n. A cheer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Imparting joy or gladness; enlivening; encouraging; animating: as, cheering news.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. encouragement in the form of cheers from spectators
- adj. providing freedom from worry
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After Stargirl wins the oratorical contest, Leo says that "the cheering is as wild as that of the crowd at a championship basketball game."
And racers will see other Mii characters they have created cheering from the sidelines on some race courses.
Hugo Chavez must have been cheering from the sidelines.
Fun stuff … Hoyer led the House in cheering for John [Dingell].
Neighbors of "Slumdog Millionaire" child actor Mohammed Azharuddin cheering as they watch the Oscars on television in Mumbai on Monday.
It's all these hate group forming, that cannot be good for the country, with people like Bachman and Palin cheering them on it just makes normal people wonder what is wrong with these people.
She's gonna be cheering from the sidelines as this healthcare takeover takes effect ...
With the home run king watching and cheering from a front-row seat, Ross delivered again, Matt Cain outdueled Cole Hamels and the San Francisco Giants beat the Philadelphia Phillies 3-0 Tuesday for a 2-1 lead in the NL championship series.
With the home run king watching and cheering from a front-row seat, Ross ...
The winners of this, now that their cash risk was happily settled, had joined in cheering on the favorite.