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Definition of "cheerier" [cheerier]

  • Comparative form of cheery: more cheery (adjective)

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Use "cheerier" in a sentence
  • "For what Steyn calls a cheerier take, though, there's this, from some make-pretend academic on the wingnut gravy train:"
  • "Next morning we looked around at some of our other accomodation options and decided to move round the corner to the Red Dragon hostel which was altogether a bit "cheerier" as Dad would say."
  • "I had no intention to make you write to me, or expectation of your doing so; but your note has been so far "cheerier" (299/2."