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Synonyms for cheery

Synonyms for cheery

being in or showing good spirits

providing joy and pleasure

Synonyms for cheery

bright and pleasant


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As George Stewart put it, "We woke up, and there was the oath with us in the delusive bright cheeriness of the morning.
The album is not exactly melancholy - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree and Sleigh Ride pick up both tempo and cheeriness - but overall it's an introspective contribution to the festive season with gems such as The Christmas Waltz and Silver Bells.
His music appealed to many in Great Britain who were interested in American folk music, but "put off by the robust cheeriness of the skiffle crowd" (p.
Touching and to the point wisdom, these passages of cheeriness will do well in reminding people to seek happiness to their lives.
It would have taken the hardest heart not to have been impressed by the level of cheeriness displayed by the employees, or cast members as they are known.
However, what they lack in cheeriness they more than make up for with their epic songs.
James Kronzer's smoothly changing sets balance the grimness of London's poorer areas and the cheeriness of the more affluent ones.
Despite the cheeriness of his rhymes, he gives expression to a disturbing sense of alienation from the city he seeks to escape:
In its fifth annual Christmas spirit report, the organization ranked the country's overall mood as a lukewarm 59 on a scale of 100 for holiday cheeriness.
While Akhtar and others on the panel did give some praise to the region, and Egypt in particular, the panel's assessment was generally biting, offering a departure from the typical cheeriness these sorts of events tend to breed.
If this book has a central theme, it is that the American conservative movement has recently succumbed to a facile, bright-eyed cheeriness, forgetting its long heritage of skepticism about the human condition.
The cheeriness continues as Roman wakes from his coma to be told he's blind.
Riding on a wave of wine-induced cheeriness, the group was whisked away from Kefraya before they could smash any more glasses, and taken to the quaint Clos St.
The overlong narrative centres on 30-year-old primary teacher Poppy (Sally Hawkins), a relentless optimist whose incessant cheeriness might drive the Dalai Lama to homicide.
Behind this cheeriness lay a more sober agenda, promoting a postwar "Negro-Nisei" interracialism forged in a shared struggle against segregation, whether "Jim Crow" or "Jap Crow" (7).