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Use "sunnily" in a sentence
"This is a very tough and risky message for any American politician to deliver, but Obama did an excellent job of walking the fine line between issuing a warning and yet still remaining sunnily optimistic about our chances in the future."
"But since the day people started leaving there's been this ribbon of pleasant spring weather looming sunnily over our path."
"For example, when he describes trends in public health, he points sunnily to data showing that deaths from diseases like tuberculosis are far fewer than in the past, but says nothing about the present, growing problem of the emergence of antibiotic-resistance strains of TB, et. al., which threaten to reverse those gains."