To cheer up a friend who has gone through a hard time.
Tina brought a card to the hospital to cheer up her friend that was sick.
stripper on the hall stage failed to cheer up the deeply disappointed audience.
And can somebody please tell Clare Balding to cheer up.
They didn't really cheer up much: some of them were tackle dealers.
homesick today so your email really made me cheer up!
Breakfast number two was of Maria's making, an effort to cheer up Cynthia.
Even the improptu stripper on the hall stage failed to cheer up the deeply disappointed audience.
Sa(h)m exhorts the other giants to cheer up and eat but they are too sorrowful to eat and instead fall asleep.
In addition to costume play, face painting is an excellent way to cheer up the kids or spend a rainy day.
Dean chalked it up to the obviousâ€”Martha's leavingâ€”but even Fred, who could cheer up a wake in normal times, was not his usual self.
In 2002, the band worked with Jive records to release Cheer Up!
Put your jars in a place where you can see them and they will cheer up your home on the darkest of days.
Keep in mind that everyone grieves in their own way and that you should never imply that the person needs to move on or cheer up.
Symbols that represent a high point in one's life or serve to cheer up the individual are often placed on the wrist.
Yoked Nightgowns: These nightgowns have a yoke panel in the front that is stitched with seasonal elements to cheer up a gown.
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