cheerier cheerier  /ˈtʃɪ ri ər/


  • (adj) bright and pleasant; promoting a feeling of cheer



  1. Things are a whole lot cheerier, though, in Iowa, Nebraska and the Dakotas.
  2. Traders concentrated instead on cheerier trends, above all a long overdue rebound in the dollar on world markets.
  3. Panahi's previous films, The White Balloon and The Mirror, were seemingly cheerier tales of little girls bereft on the streets of Tehran.


  • Laguna Niguel: $23,000 garage sale ring returned to owner

    It looks to be a lot cheerier Father’s Day this weekend for a Laguna Niguel man who mistakenly sold his wife’s $23,000 wedding ring for 10 bucks at a neighborhood garage sale.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Southwest Riverside News Network


  1. "I'm a lot cheerier and I feel much better about my position in the tournament and heading into the weekend than I did after yesterday's round," Mickelson said after he finished two strokes back of 36-hole leader Graeme McDowell. "But I knew...
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: Phil Mickelson Source: ESPN

  2. "It doesn't get much cheerier than that," Mr. Roach wrote.
    on Dec 22, 2005 By: Stephen Roach Source: Dallas Morning News

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