lonna’, lonasant, lonasech, lonasem, lonasent, lonasid, lonasit, lonasoch, lonasom, lonaswn, lonner, lonnoch, lonnai, lonnais, lonnaist, lonnan, lonnant, lonnech, lonnem, lonnen, lonnent, lonnodd, lonnes, lonnest, lonnet, lonni, lonnid, lonniff, lonnir, lonnith, lonno, lonasai, lonna, lonnom, lonnon, lonnont, lonnwch, lonnwn, lonnwyd, lonnwyf, lonnych, llonasai, llonnaf, llonasech, llonasem, llonasent, llonasid, llonasit, llonasoch, llonasom, llonaswn, llonna, llonnent, llonno, llonnai, llonnais, llonnaist, llonnan, llonnant, llonnech, llonned, llonnem, llonnen, llonnoch, llonner, llonnes, llonnest, llonnet, llonni, llonnid, llonniff, llonnir, llonnith, llonasant, llonna’, llonnodd, llonnom, llonnon, llonnont, llonnwch, llonnwn, llonnwyd, llonnwyf, llonnychhorohïan, hoywi, llonni, orohïan
Noun(1) a cry or shout of approval(2) the quality of being cheerful and dispelling gloom
Verb(1) give encouragement to(2) show approval or good wishes by shouting(3) cause (somebody(4) become cheerful(5) spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts
(1) With drink and festive cheer in excess, it's easy to throw caution to the wind and find yourself acting recklessly on a Christmas night out.(2) The crowd let out another cheer , and the crowd had certainly grown.(3) The volunteers' main aim is to make strangers feel at home, loved and appreciated by spreading cheer and elation all around.(4) In today's world of stress and struggle it is a great thing if I can bring cheer , hope and liveliness to my family and surroundings.(5) For our own culture, steeped as it is in the relentless pursuit of personal pleasure and endless cheer , that message is worth heeding.(6) There was jubilation all around, with the corporate captains leading the cheer .(7) It is hoped that lots of supporters will come to cheer us along.(8) she has something to cheer about(9) The partisan crowd made a cheer which surely equaled any decibel level ever recorded at a sporting event.(10) Investors appeared to cheer the news and the fall of the last few days started to turn around.(11) These filled shoe boxes are Christmas presents that we hope will bring some cheer to these children on Christmas morning.(12) This is not a column of Christmas cheer , but it hopes to tap Christmas charity.(13) BG will lead the cheer for you any day (cheerleaders are athletes, you know).(14) But I do hope they bring some cheer for this season and beyond.(15) He tries to cheer him with news of the sheep dogs he has bought for their new occupation.(16) The news will cheer John who has been spearheading a battle to spare residents the misery of the new wave of firework events all year round.
(1) cheer up :: hwyl i fyny
(2) cheer on :: godi ei galon ar
(3) good cheer :: cymerwch gysur
(4) be of good cheer :: cymerwch gysur
2. happiness ::
3. fare ::
5. applaud ::
6. raise someone's spirits ::
codi hwyliau rhywun
7. recreate ::
8. exhort ::
9. cheer up ::
hwyl i fyny
10. jolly along ::
hwyliog ar hyd
cheer, cheered, cheerer, cheerers, cheering, cheers
Word Example from TV Shows
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They really CHEER the place up.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 3
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 23
to CHEER him up, so...
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 10
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 1
...and we thought
maybe you could CHEER him up.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 21
English to Welsh Dictionary: cheer
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