One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In a happy and optimistic way.‘the children were waving cheerily’‘he chats cheerily about city living’
- ‘It's not charm, exactly, but a kind of cheerily manic persuasiveness, perfect for the new breed of TV impresario.’
- ‘It was a mess of homey flowers planted without a plan but blooming cheerily from their helter-skelter place.’
- ‘She could hear her mother singing cheerily from the shower.’
- ‘She cheerily introduced me to her boyfriend, the new elevator attendant.’
- ‘He returned and cheerily admitted he'd been wrong.’
- ‘He speaks calmly, even cheerily.’
- ‘She climbed on top of the dining room table and cheerily sang songs.’
- ‘He smiled cheerily, back into his normal conversational mode.’
- ‘On such a delightful, fragrant spring morning, he found himself humming cheerily as he worked.’
- ‘"It's been too long," he said cheerily as they half-hugged each other.’
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