cheerful[ cheer-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cheerful
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHEERFUL
"If you still love Paralus, I wonder you can be so quiet and cheerful," said Eudora.
At the moment she saw him cheerful, and her love looked upon him as good.
He was determined to make the occasion, if he could, a cheerful one.
Chicago Red grinned with cheerful acceptance of the issue in such an encounter.
From the kitchen came the dump of an iron, and cheerful singing.
Usually he had some cheerful banter for Tillie, to which she responded in kind.
From the bar came the jingle of glasses and loud, cheerful conversation.
The wizened little headman was as cheerful and lively and vigorous as ever.
"You're a cheerful fellow, Hinde," said John, rallying a little.
"Do not be afraid," said he, with as cheerful a smile as he knew how to put on.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHEERFUL
- can't complain
- floating on air
- pleased as punch
- tickled pink
- tickled to death