Examples of cheery in a Sentence
a cheery grin on the host of the holiday party
a cheery, unexpected compliment can really make another person's day
Recent Examples of cheery from the Web
Law deans, in sharp contrast, have reason to be cheery.
In the lead role, Kristin Collura delivers a cheery and energetic performance, and has the voice of a big belter, knocking out several of Tracy's numbers with power.
Homecoming is well-meaning and downright loving, with its sweet-natured hero, its ragtag group of cheery kids, its portrait of an avuncular Tony Stark all projecting a radiant optimism.
Clad in bright white (compared with Gru’s gloomy grays), Dru is everything the bald Gru is not: insufferably cheery, fabulously wealthy and blessed with a full head of wavy blond hair.
A cheery jingle signals to the dog that their owners have logged on.
Roberto Benigni stars as Guido, a cheery waiter whose happy bubble is burst when he, his wife, and his son are imprisoned.
The device's cheery color choices and diminutive size (2.79-by-1.22-by-.51 inches) belie its fierceness.
Saint Patrick's Day pub crawls in Pyongyang featuring drinking games with cheery locals.
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First Known Use of cheery
CHEERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cheery for English Language Learners
: having or causing happy feelings
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