It can be (cheering crowds).
Cheering is the present participle of the verb (to chafe) and can be an adjective or a noun (gerund).
the crowd was cheering
The word cheering is a verb. It is the present participle of the verb to cheer.
No, because cheering isn't a sport
The collective nouns could be a crowd of people cheering and shouting, an audience of people cheering and shouting, or a mob of people cheering and shouting.
The crowd was cheering. The subject 'crowd' is a singular noun taking the singular verb.The alternate: The crowds were cheering when the soldiers returned from World War 2.
The year women started cheering is in 1920.
Start Cheering was created on 1938-03-03.
Both meanings (plants and cheering) are spelled "rooting."
Miley quit her cheering when she was 13 because of her Hannah Montana career :D
The cast of Cheering a Husband - 1914 includes: Wallace Beery