cheer

[Example Sentences]:
1. So go ahead and cheer the unlocking of phones if you must.
2. And competitors with deep pockets from all over the world are waiting to cheer if you happen to fail.
3. Francis greeted each one, but there was little Christmas cheer in the room.
4. Hundreds of onlookers sent up a cheer as he was driven off to an Israeli field hospital.
5. President Obama received the largest cheer of all foreign visitors when he took the podium during the memorial service.
6. We neither mourn nor cheer because it makes no difference to us.
7. President Obama got the news while flying to Africa on Air Force One, where a cheer went up from White House staffers.
8. But the good cheer is spread unevenly.
9. Small groups of onlookers gathered to cheer as the pontiff passed, a fraction of the crowds he normally draws.
10. A cheer erupted when the doors opened.

[Antonyms]gloom, dearth, sullenness

[Synonyms]gladness, joy, gaiety
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