One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Consequently, someone who is comfortable in the company of children, and who enjoys the endless racket they create, could be a sunshiny person with a positive outlook, someone who enjoys all that life has to offer.’
- ‘The day had changed from a gray, rainy day to a beautiful bright, sunshiny day, perfect for a caravan.’
- ‘As the morning progressed, the gentle shimmering hues gave way to powerful strokes of deep blue and strident greens competing with shades of sunshiny yellow.’
- ‘The idyllic scenes and saccharine, sunshiny colors he favors belie the sinister underpinnings of totalitarian rule.’
- ‘Clinton's sunshiny announcement covered up the relentlessly nasty race between the private and public sectors, the likes of which we haven't seen since the United States and the Soviet Union raced for the moon.’
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