Definition of 'morale-boosting'
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There was also time for the morale-boosting trip to see kangaroos. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This time it was a cruel blow as a morale-boosting win was within their grasp. The Sun (2014)His fifth goal in six games gave his team a morale-boosting first win in six. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Victory and England are on their way with a morale-boosting win. The Sun (2012)He comes to his fourth Tour in need of a morale-boosting stage win. Times, Sunday Times (2010)United at least enjoyed a morale-boosting victory last weekend after six defeats in their previous 12 games. The Sun (2014)He pays regular, morale-boosting visits to the hospital to talk to patients and staff. The Sun (2008)He also praised firefighters, cops and mountain rescuers for their efforts in his morale-boosting visit. The Sun (2010)That was enough to seal a morale-boosting win for the visitors, who had lost their past five successive league matches. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Definition of morale-boosting from the Collins English Dictionary
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