Chear



obsolete spelling of cheer (n.).

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  • Cheated

    [cheet] /tʃit/ verb (used with object) 1. to defraud; swindle: He cheated her out of her inheritance. 2. to deceive; influence by fraud: He cheated us into believing him a hero. 3. to elude; deprive of something expected: He cheated the law by suicide. verb (used without object) 4. to practice fraud or deceit: She […]

  • Cheater

    [chee-ter] /ˈtʃi tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that cheats. 2. cheaters, Slang. n. early 14c., “royal officer in charge of the king’s escheats,” agent noun from cheat (v.). Meaning “dishonest player” is recorded from 1530s.



  • Cheating

    [cheet] /tʃit/ verb (used with object) 1. to defraud; swindle: He cheated her out of her inheritance. 2. to deceive; influence by fraud: He cheated us into believing him a hero. 3. to elude; deprive of something expected: He cheated the law by suicide. verb (used without object) 4. to practice fraud or deceit: She […]

  • Cheaters

    [chee-ter] /ˈtʃi tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that cheats. 2. cheaters, Slang. n. early 14c., “royal officer in charge of the king’s escheats,” agent noun from cheat (v.). Meaning “dishonest player” is recorded from 1530s. noun



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