Cheer and Reassure

Cheer

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Cheer verb – To ease the grief or distress of.
Usage example: let's hope that these flowers will cheer my ailing aunt at least a little

Reassure is a synonym for cheer. In some cases you can use "Reassure" instead a verb "Cheer".
Nearby Words: cheerful, cheerless, cheery, cheering, cheerfulness
Synonyms for Cheer

Reassure

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Reassure verb – To ease the grief or distress of.
Usage example: tried to reassure her that the dog would come back home by nightfall

Cheer is a synonym for reassure in encourage topic. You can use "Cheer" instead the word "Reassure" as a verb or a noun, if it concerns topics such as restore, restore confidence to.
Nearby Words: reassuring, reassurance, reassuringly
Synonyms for Reassure

Common collocations

people cheer people reassure people
place cheer place reassure place
harry cheer harry reassure harry
times cheer times reassure times

Both words in one sentence

  • The Red Baron has a fictional Jewish pilot in the scadrille who uses a Star of David as his symbol, for no seeming reason but to reassure viewers that Not All Germans Are Nazis and that it is okay to cheer for a military man from the Second Reich.
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