an enthusiastic and vocal supporter
"he has become a cheerleader for therapeutic cloning"
someone who leads the cheers by spectators at a sporting event
A person, usually an attractive female, who encourages applause at a sports event.
A person who rallies support for any cause.
The numerical value of cheerleader in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of cheerleader in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of cheerleader in a Sentence
( We ’ll be) staffed with a collection of cheerleader-garbed working girls called either the' Wide Receivers' or' Tight Ends, ’.
Loretta sent me a picture of her as a Harvard cheerleader in a pyramid, she was comfortable sharing this with Eric Holder and other department leaders. She laughed at herself.
A responsible government is a referee that ensures a level playing field so that everyone understands what is going on, and is not simply a cheerleader for projects because cheerleaders do not score goals, and for 10 years nothing got built.
I don’t drink, i like to paint. I like to draw. I work out. I was a cheerleader throughout high school. I had an internship. I did research with my professor, and always had at least two jobs. I have considered myself a very successful person.
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.
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- Cheerleader, CheerleaderinGerman
- kellokas, cheerleaderFinnish
- pom-pom girl, cheerleaderFrench
- pemandu sorakIndonesian
- ketua penyorakMalay
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