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morale booster

Line breaks: mor¦ale boost¦er

Definition of morale booster in English:

noun

An event, occurrence, or saying which raises morale: the first Test win was a real morale booster
More example sentences
  • Little did he know when he wrote the article just what a morale booster it was going to be for people like me.
  • These parties are also great morale boosters.
  • Some staff might have to contribute to their Christmas lunch or night out these days but it's still a morale booster.

Derivatives

morale-boosting

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noun & adjective

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