cheerily


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cheer·y

 (chîr′ē)
adj. cheer·i·er, cheer·i·est
Showing or suggesting good spirits; cheerful: a cheery hello.

cheer′i·ly adv.
cheer′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.cheerily - in a cheerful manner; "`I'll do the dishes,' he said pleasantly"
Translations
بابْتِهاج، بِفَرَح
vesele
fornøjeligtmuntert
glaîlega
keyifleneşeyle

cheerily

[ˈtʃɪərɪlɪ] ADValegremente, jovialmente

cheerily

[ˈtʃɪərɪli] adv [say] → avec entrain

cheerily

advfröhlich, vergnügt; cheerily colouredlustig angemalt

cheerily

[ˈtʃɪərɪlɪ] advallegramente

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 ?
And thus, while the one ship went cheerily before the breeze, the other stubbornly fought against it; and so the two vessels parted; the crew of the Pequod looking with grave, lingering glances towards the receding Bachelor; but the Bachelor's men never heeding their gaze for the lively revelry they were in.
The inn windows beamed cheerily, a home of ruddy rest.
He said, cheerily, but not quite so cheerily as he tried to say, that it should be done--that he gave her his faithful promise.
What, perhaps, with other things, made Stubb such an easygoing, unfearing man, so cheerily trudging off with the burden of life in a world full of grave peddlers, all bowed to the ground with their packs; what helped to bring about that almost impious good-humor of his; that thing must have been his pipe.
Perfectly right," he interrupted very cheerily, "perfectly right--a gentleman and a magistrate.
I expect you've got a good lot to learn," the headmaster bellowed cheerily.
There was the bright little water spring, from which we drank when we were weary and thirsty in sultry summer days, still bubbling its way downward to the lake as cheerily as ever.
Suppose you let me talk to you now," she began cheerily.
The bleak wind and aunt Sarah's quieting presence brought her back to herself, however, and she entered the brick house cheerily.
Their Digger proved an excellent guide, trudging cheerily in the advance.
Bradbury made light of the danger, and started off cheerily upon his ramble.
It's a fairly jovial show, with the dieters cheerily optimistic as they discuss their reasons for a diet, whether it's a holiday, a wedding or worse, a dreaded reunion.