Definition of 'cheery'
Example sentences containing 'cheery'
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Lunch arrives fresh and cheery and bright and eager to please. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Give your neighbour a cheery smile and roll your eyes to suggest you would far rather be talking to him than the office. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This one has cheery deep yellow flowers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Nor do they return the cheery wave of the locals who have graciously made way. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Being nice and bright and cheery is not enough in politics. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Instead we were greeted with cheery waves and broad smiles. The Sun (2008)The experience is not unlike stepping onto a flight and being greeted with a cheery smile and a hot towel. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Without exception they were bright and cheery, and full of hope and confidence. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The interior is bright and cheery, without being tacky. The Sun (2016)Well afterwards you should wave a cheery thank you at the man in the Porsche. The Sun (2016)Standing on the giant heap of refuse, she waved us a cheery goodbye. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Life is going to feel rather diminished by the loss of his welcoming, cheery and optimistic voice. The Sun (2013)Their classic open blooms come in pure whites through light pinks into deeper, richer pinks with contrasting cheery yellow centres. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She was cheery and happy. The Sun (2011)They were a delight to work with and after each practice jump brought their cheery, carefree smiles into the stadium control room. The Sun (2013)She's pleasant, cheery and happy to pose for a photo. The Sun (2013)Everything's crammed in together, bright cheery whites transformed into depressed murky greys. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Oddly, they don't return my cheery waves. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And then, with a cheery wave, he is gone. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They want the road to be easy, with lots of bright, cheery colors and happy songs paving the way. Christianity Today (2000)A rounded shrub with very supple stems bearing sweetly scented clusters of unusual cheery yellow flowers in January and February. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Trends of 'cheery'
Used Occasionally. cheery is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cheery'
British English: cheery ADJECTIVE
If you describe a person or their behaviour as cheery, you mean that they are cheerful and happy.
She was cheery and talked to them about their problems.
Definition of cheery from the Collins English Dictionary
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