chirpy

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(birds or insects) characterized by or tending to chirp

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characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness

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They are always the brighter, happier and the chirpier ones,' he had said.
Washington, Apr 24 (ANI): Early birds may be chirpier in the morning, but it's the night owls that score over them when it comes to being alert after waking up from sleep, concludes a new brain-scan study.
Elsewhere, Carmel is devastated her sister has found out about her affair with Aleksander, but she suddenly feels a little chirpier when she spies the brunette in a passionate embrace with Tony
Unsurprisingly his opposite number Ronnie Moore was much chirpier - and revealed he and his assistant John Breckin had joined groundstaff to ensure the pitch was made playable.
Turning to another poem, "Rooster," we find this chirpier bit of parrotry:
By the time March dawns, the Bluebirds must be a lot chirpier with a points tally of 44 or more - and well on their way to making talk of a potential relegation fight look silly.
Original hit songs were used in each episode, but the sometimes dodgy Scouse voices (think a chirpier Thomas the Tank Engine) were not those of the actual band - apparently both John and George were recorded by the same guy responsible for the character Boris Badenov on Rocky and Bullwinkle.
He's usually chirpier than a budgie on Prozac but Michael's got nothing to smile about this week when his attempt to track down his estranged father throws up some sad news (left).
We lost 5-1 at Whitley Bay on Saturday, but I was a lot chirpier on Sunday morning than I was on Friday night," Constantine said.
Bellamy was chirpier talking about countryman Ryan Giggs' appointment as Team GB captain.
Even if you feel better, and a good deal chirpier, someone around you can have a face like thunder
RANI Mukherjee's weight loss seems to have made her chirpier.
That's not to say there was necessarily anything wrong with album number one, but it was unarguably a chirpier record, as evidenced by the night's second song, X-Ray, which explains: "She's the flutter in my heart, the spring that's in my step.
Nick Gifford, who felt that third-placed Wizard Of Odds did not get home on the stiff track behind Wolf Moon, was much chirpier after Himba had stormed home by ten lengths in the 2m handicap chase.
Wes Hoolahan tried to get the Canaries chirpier against his old club, with driving runs and vision.