cheerily cheerily


  • (adv) in a cheerful manner



  1. It's a bucket list of restaurants serving local, often obscure dishes, ranked cheerily from best to almost best.
  2. Patrick Dempsey, Talia Balsam and Beverly D'Angelo agreeably impart the message that adolescent sexual energy can cheerily compensate for lack of sexual sophistication.


  • Model trains attract young and old

    By Paul Haney Democrat writer -- 'We just follow the shows around,' said Keith Jowers, model train buff from Mary Esther. From inside a rectangular wooden display he cheerily monitors his to-scale military train, forest green and winding through a miniature countryside.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Tallahassee Democrat


  • "It is legitimate for a student of humanity to brood about the mindset of a man on £211,000 who won't buy his own anorak for a charity climb, at a moment when up and down the country people on a tenth of his money are cheerily pledging to Comic...
    on Nov 22, 2009 By: Libby Purves Source:

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