Chear


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n. & v.1.See Cheer.
References in classic literature ?
Come, chear up, chear up; I expect un every minute.
Prompted by a "friendly vision" which "with golden promise chears my heart again," the narrator conjures up a paean to the divine creator, sung by "radiant spirits," the gathered nations "from yet unalienated lands," beasts and birds and even the leaves whose surfaces echo the sound.
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Choose But consecrate one pitying line to you; Sing your last temper'd days, and sunny calms, That chear the spirits, and serene the soul
If you had your doubts, one quote clears things up: "'Bibi always gets a little cranky when he sees us talking to Iran , but a few dozen short-range surface-to-surface missiles usually chear him right up,' said State Department spokesperson Daniel Goldman.
because they have blighted the feeble blossoms of self-love, that have begun to chear my heart, by severe, though perhaps not unmerited, disapprobation.
Wilt thou repress each struggling sigh, And chear with smiles the bed of death?
I get it honestly, and I don't care who knows it; for if it was not for something to chear the spirits between whiles, and keep out the wet and cold; alack-a-day
Among other services, CHEAR conducts both targeted and untargeted analyses of biosamples collected by children's health researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Wordsworth claims as a student also to have found in geometry "Enough to exalt, to chear [him], and compose" (141); from it, he
Shenstone's landscape is an inclusive one; he does not understand the "lowly shepherd's votive strain" as inelegant and intrusive but as conducive to the peace of the sacred sphere that the duchess inhabits, for he "tunes his reed amidst his rural chear, / Fearful, yet not averse, that Somerset should hear" While Shenstone's shepherds always remain idealized and vague, it is a new type of pastoral poet, Woodhouse, who in 'An Elegy to William Shenstone, Esq.
The CHEAR initiative, led by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, represents a unique opportunity to provide a standardized laboratory network with access to targeted and untargeted analyses of biospecimens and so may serve to fill these gaps (NIEHS 2015).