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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Spider-Man visit lifts spirits at Hoffman Estates hospital
"He makes massive saves at crucial times and that is what lifts spirits. He shows exactly why he has been at the top level for many, many years.
C[pounds sterling]From oxeye daisy, to wild rose, bright red poppies to heartsease, from white clover to fire lily and orange hawkweed to ladyCOs mantle and lots more; the collection lifts spirits like the beauty of the wildflowers.
Judges will be looking for originality and a song that is inspirational and lifts spirits.
'Two wins in a row lifts spirits,' claimed Hussain.
"Two wins in a row lifts spirits," claimed Hussain.
They may even challenge the current theory of how the drug lifts spirits.
You encourage that because it lifts spirits. We've got to lift the boys, and I'm sure they'll be fine by Wednesday."