Synonyms and Antonyms : Cheer
( Verb )
Your visit have cheered up the sick man.
Some politicians are more worried about their own comfort than about the welfare of the public.
The Caption did his best to solace the wounded and dying soldiers during the battle.
He was gladdened by the news of his success in the examination.
He felt gladdened until the sea breeze exhilarated him and steadied his nerves.
The outspoken couple can always be counted on to enliven a dull party.
The audience clapped for give minutes when the film stars appeared on the stage.
I felt dejected on hearing the news of my brother’s failure in the examination.
The rise in oil prices will depress the car market.
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