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cheery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcheerycheer‧y /ˈtʃɪəri $ ˈtʃɪri/ adjective  HAPPYhappy or making you feel happy She gave me a cheery smile. He left them with a cheery wave.cheerily adverb
Examples from the Corpus
cheeryThe text is helpful, and the maps are bright and cheery.A cheery fire burned in the fireplace.Her responses to the usual chorus of cheery greetings were half-hearted; all she could focus on was Vitor d'Arcos.The jam around Samuel's mouth was like a big cheery grin, but his eyes remained sullen.The woman behind the counter greeted us with a cheery hello.The darkness gave way to cheery mood lighting.The casual wink from you, the cheery salute from your buddy, the you-rascal-you smiles of recognition from your workmates.I bounce a few more cheery sentences off her, but she has withdrawn into her shell."How wonderful, " he said, but his cheery tone sounded a bit forced.She wrote back in an unusually cheery vein in-tended to demonstrate, I suppose, that she was mending her ways.cheery smileAce stood silently as the Doctor doffed his hat, and gave Mortimer a cheery smile.She always had a cherry-red face, with cheery smile and was a great favourite with the youngsters of the area.
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