What does cheerleader mean?

Definitions for cheerleader
ˈtʃɪərˌli dərcheer·lead·er

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. cheerleadernoun

    an enthusiastic and vocal supporter

    "he has become a cheerleader for therapeutic cloning"

  2. cheerleadernoun

    someone who leads the cheers by spectators at a sporting event


  1. cheerleadernoun

    A person, usually an attractive female, who encourages applause at a sports event.

  2. cheerleadernoun

    A person who rallies support for any cause.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of cheerleader in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of cheerleader in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of cheerleader in a Sentence

  1. Anthony Fauci:

    I don't want to be negative, this is easy to be negative about but I want to give people hope too. You know, I'm a cheerleader for the country.

  2. Rick Schmutzler:

    These past 16 months have been a lot. ... As the founder of the business, I am the head cheerleader. So while I was trying to keep a really public positive face, there were a few times I wasn't sure all three of the businesses would survive. Or any of them.

  3. Pete Buttigieg:

    His interpretation of Scripture is pretty different from mine, his has a lot more to do with sexuality and, I don't know, a certain view of rectitude. Even if you buy into that, how could he allow himself to become the cheerleader of the porn star presidency ?

  4. Jonathan Hernandez:

    I remember (Aaron) wanted to be a cheerleader. My cousins were cheerleaders and amazing, and I remember coming home and like my dad put an end to that really quick. And it was not OK. My dad made it clear that ... he had his definition of a man.

  5. Kate Hudson:

    Mom was my greatest cheerleader. And it just made me think about Rani ... going, 'I hope I give her that kind of. confidence,' you know?

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