Cheer and Entertainment


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Cheer noun – A mood characterized by high spirits and amusement and often accompanied by laughter.
Entertainment and cheer are semantically related In some cases you can use "Entertainment" instead a noun "Cheer".
Nearby Words: cheerful, cheerless, cheery, cheering, cheerfulness
Synonyms for Cheer


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Entertainment noun – The act or activity of providing pleasure or amusement especially for the public.
Cheer and entertainment are semantically related in pleasure topic. Sometimes you can use "Cheer" instead a noun "Entertainment", if it concerns topics such as sport, amusement.
Nearby Words: entertain, entertaining, entertainer, entertained
Synonyms for Entertainment

How words are described

good good cheer good entertainment
endless endless cheer endless entertainment
big big cheer big entertainment
little little cheer little entertainment
Other adjectives: personal, religious, general, visual.

Both words in one sentence

  • Some have observed that the cheer and mirth attained from consumption of entertainment seems rather short-lived, however, particularly if partaken of in solitude.
  • Cheer. Social liberal cultures tend to be significantly less permissive of potentially dangerous forms of entertainment, like drug consumption (including alcohol, which is rather strictly regulated in many social democracies).
  • The theme of "a wrestler well-respected by fans who would honestly prefer to cheer someone who does high risk moves than boo them" would become a staple of the Sports Entertainment genre.
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