chirpy : Definition, Usages, News and More

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chur pee

  • a  (birds or insects) characterized by or tending to chirp
  • s  characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness
    his quick wit and chirpy humor
    looking bright and well and chirpy

  • But if you think you're invulnerable to an atmospheric ballad with Maroon 5's chirpy Adam Levine (Heard 'Em Say) or a song called Roses about a sick grandma, you will be shocked at .
  • HY's mellow, earnest brand of rock has hit the spot with listeners burned out on chirpy idols and carpet-marketed boy bands, and their second album, Street Story, recently spent a .
  • The Beatles' chirpy Can't Buy Me Love is transformed into a complex jazz exercise, incorporating some of the Karnatakan rhythmic phrases of Ponnudorai's South Indian ancestry.
News & Articles

  • Best Fourth Of July Parties Around LA
    Throughout LA's chirpy landscape, festivals, parades, concerts and barbecues will be in full swing to celebrate in grand fashion the rich history and traditions of the United States.
    June 20, 2013 - CBS 2 Los Angeles

  • Tony Abbott in AFP
    I spoke to him this afternoon and he was chirpy, joking and saying what a pleasant Father's Day he'd had,Abbott said.
  • Carmelo Anthony in Chicago Tribune
    I didn't get angry,said Anthony. "I was just trying to play the game. They were just down there trying to be physical. I was trying to be physical back with them. It was a little bit chirpy out there but nothing personal, nothing major....
  • Jason Robinson in Banbury Guardian
    Robinson added: "Despite his illness, he has been quite chirpy. It is obviously disappointing we've not had him out there playing, because he is a great young player for us and I am sure the experience would have done him a great amount of good."

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