loud cheers for the Doctor); "and he's a strong, true man, and a wise one too, and a public-school man too" (cheers), "and so let's stick to him, and talk no more rot, and drink his health as the head of the house.
And the big boys who sit at the tables pound them and cheer; and the small boys who stand behind pound one another, and cheer, and rush about the hall cheering.
There was an expressed disdain in the opposition of the little group, that changed the meaning of the cheers of the men in blue.
Those in advance of the scam- pering blue men, howling cheers, leaped at the fence.
When a crowd is once in the humour to cheer, it is just the same as when it begins to hiss.
It therefore, in the first place, cheered Van Systens and his nosegay, then the corporation, then followed a cheer for the people; and, at last, and for once with great justice, there was one for the excellent music with which the gentlemen of the town councils generously treated the assemblage at every halt.
From every corner flocked the people to see the company pass; and wildly did they cheer
for the King, who rode smilingly with bared head down through the market-place.
Then the child wondered no longer, but deeper grew her love for the tender-hearted Elves, who left their own happy home to cheer
and comfort those who never knew what hands had clothed and fed them, what hearts had given of their own joy, and brought such happiness to theirs.
Most statistical tables are parchingly dry in the reading; not so in the present case, however, where the reader is flooded with whole pipes, barrels, quarts, and gills of good gin and good cheer
One more cheer
for Cap'n Smollett," cried Long John when the first had subsided.
that those whom I cheer
with my fruit should repay me with these painful requitals
up," the Author resumed; "fame comes at the most unexpected times.