Cheer and Delight


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Cheer noun – A mood characterized by high spirits and amusement and often accompanied by laughter.
Delight is a synonym for cheer in charm topic. In some cases you can use "Delight" instead the word "Cheer" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like happiness, gaiety, entertainment, appease.
Nearby Words: cheerful, cheerless, cheery, cheering, cheerfulness
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Delight noun – The feeling experienced when one's wishes are met.
Usage example: we were filled with delight at the sight of everyone in the family together at last for the holidays

Cheer is a synonym for delight in pleasure topic. You can use "Cheer" instead the word "Delight" as a verb or a noun, if it concerns topics such as comfort, gaiety, entertainment, appease.
Nearby Words: delightful, delighted, delightfully, delightedly, delighting
Synonyms for Delight

How words are described

high high cheer high delight
genuine genuine cheer genuine delight
extreme extreme cheer extreme delight
huge huge cheer huge delight
Other adjectives: manic.

Common collocations

someone cheer someone delight someone
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