chirpily


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chirp·y

 (chûr′pē)
n.
1. Characterized by chirping tones: a bird with a chirpy song.
2. Tending to chirp: a chirpy parakeet.
3. Cheerful and good-humored: a chirpy radio announcer.

chirp′i·ly adv.
chirp′i·ness n.
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Adv.1.chirpily - in a cheerfully buoyant manner; "we accepted the opportunity buoyantly"
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When asked his date of birth, he responds chirpily, "5/1/79 love" before turning back and saying "the big 40 this year".
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"Ruh Ro!" she chirpily wrote in an email to her contact in the scam.
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"I never thought they'd have me on the show," she says chirpily, with likeable honesty.
"Thanks!" she said chirpily, before he could complain.
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At first, there was widespread outrage at executives chirpily telling undercover investigators that abortion techniques could be adapted to "crush" fetuses in a "less crunchy" manner.
The 45-year-old singer chirpily revealed on Twitter of her new role, saying that her former beau has asked her to be his son's godmother, along with a snap of herself holding baby Eric, the Daily Star reported.