Characterized by chirping tones: a bird with a chirpy song. (noun)
Tending to chirp: a chirpy parakeet. (noun)
Cheerful and good-humored: a chirpy radio announcer. (noun)
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Use "chirpy" in a sentence
"Did anyone before Tarantino deal in chirpy hitmen?"
"Twenty-four hours later, after what he termed "chirpy Blackburn fans" responded in kind, he decided to quit the social networking site, although the decision is thought to owe more to abuse his outspoken wife, Emma, has received in recent weeks.""
"He has dubbed the chirpy little hy-line brown chicken "Drumstick" on account of her unexplained extra limbs."