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[cheer-lee-ding] /ˈtʃɪərˌli dɪŋ/
the action or skill of a cheerleader.
Origin of cheerleading
1950-55; cheer + leading1


[cheer-leed] /ˈtʃɪərˌlid/
verb (used with object), cheerled, cheerleading.
to act as cheerleader for.
to encourage by or as if by cheerleading.
verb (used without object), cheerled, cheerleading.
to act as cheerleader.
by back formation from cheerleader or cheerleading Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • And yes, he does look silly in that cheerleading outfit.
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  • Sometimes at the end of a meeting, you're given a chance to indulge in some mild boasting and cheerleading.
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  • In lieu of real change, the agency has apparently been trying to boost morale through some rather elaborate cheerleading.
  • The first film dealt with the selection and training of the famed pulchritudinous cheerleading lineup.
  • At one time, all three of those teams had official cheerleading squads.
  • For information on the cheerleading program click here.
  • It is pointed out that all pyramids and balances should meet the safety requirements of cheerleading and gymnastics organizations.

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