Definition of Cheered

1. Verb. (past of cheer) ¹



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Definition of Cheered

1. cheer [v] - See also: cheer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cheered

cheekpiece
cheekpieces
cheeks
cheeky
cheeky monkey
cheep
cheeped
cheeper
cheepers
cheeping
cheeps
cheer
cheer on
cheer up
cheere
cheered (current term)
cheerer
cheerer-upper
cheerers
cheerest
cheereth
cheerful
cheerfull
cheerfuller
cheerfullest
cheerfully
cheerfulness
cheerfulnesses
cheerie-bye
cheerier

Literary usage of Cheered

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1. Shahmah in Pursuit of Freedom; Or, The Branded Hand by Frances Harriet Green (1858)
"About nine o'clock I was cheered by a visit from the good Padro, who informed ... I was also further cheered by the presence and sympathy of Mr. Van Brouer ..."

2. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"Bat now the loud lament we swell, cheered by the strength of Ronald's shell, E'en age forgot his tresses hoar ; Now in their hut in social guise Their ..."

3. View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1848)
"... change of fashion, because the inquirer unrestrained by authority, is perpetually cheered by the discovery of truth in re searches which the boundless ..."

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