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cheerleader

cheer·lead·er / ˈchi(ə)rˌlēdər/ • n. a person who leads cheers and applause, esp. at a sports event. ∎  an enthusiastic and vocal supporter: he was a cheerleader for individual initiative. DERIVATIVES: cheer·lead v.

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