Cheerleader (noun)

A person who leads and motivates a group, usually with enthusiastic and energetic shouting, cheering and gestures to encourage a team or an individual in a competition.


The word 'cheerleader' originated in the late 19th century, formed by combining the words 'cheer' and 'leader'.


  1. The cheerleaders at the football game tried to get the crowd excited.
  2. She became a cheerleader because she loved to dance and perform.
  3. The cheerleader's enthusiastic and energetic performances often inspired the players on the field.
  4. The cheerleaders' cheers echoed throughout the stadium.
  5. She was known as the best cheerleader in the school.
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