[ UK /t‍ʃˈi‍əɹɐ/ ]
  1. a spectator who shouts encouragement
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  • DR STEVE HAGEMOSER, TREATS PTSD VICTIMS IN IOWA: We don't use the word cheerer (ph) with our veterans, but we do like to let them know the truth that there is life after PTSD. CNN Transcript Dec 13, 2005
  • I don't think he quite got close, though - for every cheerer at the press screening there was at least one booer, and the battle was on as the credits rolled. GreenCine Daily: Berlinale Dispatch. 300.
  • The bard, as in duty bound, has addressed three long stanzas to Vich Ian Vohr of the Banners, enumerating all his great properties, and not forgetting his being a cheerer of the harper and bard — “a giver of bounteous gifts.” Waverley
  • Hafiz can never be the guide, though he may be the cheerer of mortals, adding more to the gayety than to the wisdom of life. The Persian Literature, Comprising The Shah Nameh, The Rubaiyat, The Divan, and The Gulistan, Volume 2
  • She was not only, as a devoted wife, a cheerer of his heart, but, as a woman of accomplishment and ability, she was a companion for his mind. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 37, November, 1860
  • Fanny would certainly believe him so at least, and must find that her estimation of him was higher than ever when he appeared as the attendant, supporter, cheerer of a suffering brother. Mansfield Park
  • This, and some other desultory conversation, served as a ‘shoeing-horn’ to draw on another cup of ale and another cheerer, as Dinmont termed it in his country phrase, of brandy and water. Chapter XXIV
  • Not to yada the cheerer mobula, air, and desire sensitometer the misbehavior and the monopteral transvestitism seamster cuttingly the enology. Rational Review
  • As soon as she was gone, Dandie reconnoitred the premises, listened at the key-hole as if he had been listening for the blowing of an otter, —and having satisfied himself that there were no eavesdroppers, returned to the table; and making himself what he called a gey stiff cheerer, poked the fire, and began his story in an undertone of gravity and importance not very usual with him. Chapter XLV
  • I put the files and the video aside, then dished up some spaghetti and settled down with it and a tape of Airplane! — my all-time favorite lunatic comedy movie and cheerer-upper. The Shape of Dread
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