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sunny

adjective sun·ny \ˈsə-nē\

: having plenty of bright sunlight

: cheerful and happy

sun·ni·ersun·ni·est

Full Definition of SUNNY

1
:  marked by brilliant sunlight :  full of sunshine
2
:  cheerful, optimistic <a sunny disposition>
3
:  exposed to, brightened by, or warmed by the sun <a sunny room>
sun·ni·ly \ˈsə-nə-lē\ adverb
sun·ni·ness \ˈsə-nē-nəs\ noun

Examples of SUNNY

  1. the sunniest parts of the country
  2. We found a sunny place to have lunch.
  3. If it's sunny later, we can go to the park.

First Known Use of SUNNY

14th century

Rhymes with SUNNY

SUNNY Defined for Kids

sunny

adjective sun·ny \ˈsə-nē\
sun·ni·ersun·ni·est

Definition of SUNNY for Kids

1
:  bright with sunshine <a sunny day> <a sunny room>
2
:  merry 1, cheerful <He just kept … talking his nonstop sunny talk about what a great summer we were going to have … — Jack Gantos, Joey Pigza Loses Control>

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