lift (one's) spirits

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lift (one's) spirits

To make one feel happier or more carefree. The purpose of this charity is to lift children's spirits this holiday season. I love my roommate. No matter what mood I'm in, he is always able to lift my spirits.
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Each year at A Way Out we aim to collect around 200 donated chocolate eggs to gift our clients to help to lift their spirits at Easter and let them know that they are loved.
For some people, seeing the spring sunshine pouring through their windows is guaranteed to lift their spirits. For others, it just illuminates the smudges on the glass and the dust on the TV.
When the team is going through a rough patch is exactly the time for the fans to try and lift their spirits.
Victims of last week's tornado enjoyed a free performance by Zippo's Circus yesterday in a bid to help lift their spirits.
But a simple message from home can lift their spirits and put a smile on the face of men and women thousands of miles away.
But they had to shell out more than pounds 20 to lift their spirits.
She uses art to lift their spirits, often painting pictures of angels and stars with them.
The two-hour show will be shown to the British forces in the Gulf to lift their spirits.
And a fighting victory in a 1-0 win seemed to lift their spirits this week.
Supporters still crave more signings to lift their spirits.
But they had to shell out more than pounds 28 to lift their spirits.
But 5,000 will travel to the midlands where Pardew believes a giant killing by the last team from outside the top flight to win the trophy would lift their spirits.