Examples of cheerleader in a Sentence
a politician who is a cheerleader for the government's new economic plan
Recent Examples of cheerleader from the Web
Hammond has emerged as the main cheerleader for a business-friendly Brexit.
Cheerleaders: N Zone Sports will run Saturday morning cheerleading for beginning and experienced children ages 5-12 from 9 to 11 a.m., this Saturday to Aug. 26 at Gravely Elementary School in Haymarket.
Breitbart has long served as a cheerleader for Trump, but Spiering’s question was a fair one.
Well done, Celine (both of you, and little sister Dion, who was the cutest cheerleader).
Since stepping away from front-line British politics, the former UKIP leader went on to carve himself a role in the U.S. as a cheerleader for Trump and a Fox News contributor.
In the heart of the speech Trump distorted the facts of the Paris agreement and indulged in the kind of us-against-the-world rhetoric that suggests the address was written by his Dark Lord adviser -- and chief cheerleader, Stephen Bannon.
Yamasaki and her sister Jane were set to perform that night in the drill team and as cheerleaders.
There’s a mother-daughter tandem, another two women who were cheerleaders together at Monte Vista High.
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First Known Use of cheerleader
CHEERLEADER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cheerleader for English Language Learners
: a person who is a member of a group (typically a group of young women) who shout out special songs or chants to encourage the team and entertain the crowd during a game in sports like American football and basketball
: a person who encourages other people to do or support something
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