Exposed to or abounding in sunshine: a sunny room. (adjective)
Cheerful; genial: a sunny smile. (adjective)
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Use "sunny" in a sentence
"They also point out, while Senator McCain, they say, has a good, strong record on fiscal responsibility, the environment, some examples, "The Dallas Morning News" writes that it has pause about Senator McCain, noting his age -- he is 71 years old -- also his temperament, saying that it differs from what it calls the sunny side brand of conservatism offered by Mike Huckabee."
"As she looked at him she had a fancy that she was leaving him in a lonely place -- she who was going back to what he called the sunny paths."
"Taking off from the classic film “Revenge of the Nerds”, the writers decided to put the nerds in sunny Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., where they run into the same old enemies and engage in the same old sex-jinks."