A chant made in support of a team at a sportsevent. (noun)
To shout a cheer or cheers. (verb)
Examples of word cheer
I really would like to save 20 bucks * cheer cheer* Hoo rah!
And sometimes I will be on the ride with them, and sometimes I will cheer from the sides, but I will ALWAYS be there at the finish.
If the American people did not want her to be VP what makes you palin cheer leaders think she's going to be President.
When he asked rhetorically whether it was time for the government to start rewarding "people who could carry the water instead of drink the water" he evoked a huge cheer from the equity traders hard at work behind him on the trading floor.
So who else should be the main cheer leader for you if that person is not your wife?
“Woohoo!” came a lone cheer from the top of the hill.
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is to sing loud for everyone to hear!
Remember your father and help us Californians to again cheer for ourselves, and the last hurrah will be for you.
Yeah, he should definitely be rebuke by the House Democrats, but before that happens, can I get a big cheer from the left for the guy who threw a shoe at President Bush!