cheerfully


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cheer·ful

 (chîr′fəl)
adj.
1. Being in or characterized by good spirits; merry. See Synonyms at glad1.
2. Promoting a feeling of cheer; pleasant: a cozy, cheerful room.

cheer′ful·ly adv.
cheer′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.cheerfully - in a cheerful manner; "he cheerfully agreed to do it"
cheerlessly - in an unhappy manner; "he cheerlessly set out to do the task"
Translations
بابْتِهاج، بِفَرَح، بانْشِراح الصَّدْر
vesele
fornøjetmuntert
glaîlega; fúslega
veselo
neşeyle

cheerfully

[ˈtʃɪəfʊlɪ] ADV
1. (= cheerily) [smile, say, greet] → alegremente, jovialmente
the nursery is cheerfully paintedla guardería está pintada con colores alegres
2. (= blithely) → alegremente, tranquilamente
he cheerfully ignored the doctor's adviceignoró alegremente or tranquilamente los consejos del médico
3. (= gladly) I could cheerfully strangle himcon mucho gusto lo estrangularía
she cheerfully agreed to try using his methodaceptó de buena gana probar su método

cheerfully

[ˈtʃɪərfʊli] adv
[say, greet] → gaiement
(= blithely) [ignore, admit] → allégrement
(= without hesitation) → sans la moindre hésitation

cheerfully

advfröhlich, vergnügt; I could cheerfully strangle him!den könnte ich glatt umbringen

cheerfully

[ˈtʃɪəfəlɪ] adv (gen) → allegramente; (willingly) → volentieri

cheer

(tʃiə) noun
1. a shout of approval, encouragement or welcome. Three cheers for the Queen!
2. mood. Be of good cheer.
verb
to give a shout of approval etc (to). The crowd cheered the new champion.
ˈcheerful adjective
full of, or causing, happiness. a cheerful smile; cheerful news.
ˈcheerfully adverb
ˈcheerfulness noun
ˈcheerless adjective
gloomy. a cheerless room.
cheers! interjection
1. used as a toast when drinking.
2. cheerio!.
3. thanks!.
ˈcheery adjective
lively and happy.
ˈcheerily adverb
ˈcheeriness noun
cheer up
to make or become (more cheerful). He cheered up when he saw her; The flowers will cheer her up.
References in classic literature ?
On those occasions the sense of superiority which the large bird feels every where over the small, warmed their cool blood, and set them screeching cheerfully in the stillness of the night.
Now, I'm going to wash you," he said to Philip cheerfully.
Yet the Reformation was stirring all the world, and while Sir Thomas More cheerfully and steadfastly died for the Catholic faith, there were others in England who as cheerfully lived, worked, and died for the Protestant faith.
I have only one thing to say: I would cheerfully go through all that I have suffered to live this one month over again.
The Rainbow's Daughter nodded cheerfully, no longer afraid of her new companions.
With quicker and lighter step he crossed the bridge of clouds, and hardly had he reached the other side than his friend stood before him and greeted him cheerfully.
Now, having heard his master's order to harness, he went as usual cheerfully and willingly to the shed, stepping briskly and easily on his rather turned-in feet; took down from a nail the heavy tasselled leather bridle, and jingling the rings of the bit went to the closed stable where the horse he was to harness was standing by himself.
It was with rather heavy hearts that the party set off, but Tom's spirits could not long stay clouded, and the scientist was so good-natured about the affair and seemed so eager to do the utmost to render Beecher's trick void, that the others fell into a lighter mood, and went on more cheerfully, though the way was rough and the packs heavy.
This war will be pleasant," replied the girl, cheerfully.
Well, I'm not going right away," said the Story Girl, more cheerfully.
Well, I'll tell her, then, so you can find out," promised the little girl, cheerfully.
For now the shadow of a real trouble had come, the little books were full of help and comfort, and as they dressed, they agreed to say goodbye cheerfully and hopefully, and send their mother on her anxious journey unsaddened by tears or complaints from them.