Sinónimos de cheerful
having a happy dispositionThey are both very cheerful in spite of their circumstances.
happy, , ,
We have a very happy marriage.
I'm glad I decided to go after all.
optimistic, , , ,
Michael was in a jovial and optimistic mood.
gay (old-fashioned), ,
I am in good health, gay and cheerful.
Graham was looking as perky as ever.
She was a jolly, kindhearted woman.
Everyone became more animated.
He was much loved for his merry nature.
Neil's colleagues say he was actually in a joking, upbeat mood.
She was in a buoyant mood.
He is loved by everyone for his cheery disposition and sense of humour.
We're a very joyful people.
Father Whittaker appeared to be in a jovial mood.
He was a warm-hearted friend and a genial host.
The novel is altogether jauntier than these quotations imply.
chirpy (informal), ,
You're very chirpy today - have you won the lottery or something?
His spirit was anything but blithe below the surface.
They were light-hearted and prepared to enjoy life.
pleasantly brightThe room is bright and cheerful.
He was most anxious to seem agreeable and pleasant.
the bright winter sky
The staff wear big sunny smiles.
I like gay, vibrant posters.
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in the sense of animated
interesting and livelyEveryone became more animated.
in the sense of blithe
very happy or cheerfulHis spirit was anything but blithe below the surface.
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