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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchirpychirp‧y /ˈtʃɜːpi $ ˈtʃɜːrpi/ adjective  HAPPYhappy and active You’re very chirpy this morning – have you had some good news?chirpily adverbchirpiness noun [uncountable]
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chirpyAfter food and a swallow of water I felt positively chirpy.Her hair was tied in a ribbon and she looked positively chirpy.Hence, by the time the band split, their records were as chirpy as the average dead parrot.Described as a chirpy cockney who could tell a plausible story.Young, chirpy faces to greet me when I finally made it to Raynes Park.Customers had no idea that the chirpy pensioner who served them with soap and a smile was so wealthy.Not for them chirpy whelk stall amateurism or cheerful under-achieving.
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