cheerful definition

  • adjective:
    • becoming in good spirits; merry. See Synonyms at glad1.
    • Promoting a feeling of cheer; pleasing: a cozy, cheerful area.
    • showing determination or great humor: added her cheerful work into the project.
    • Noticeably pleased and optimistic.
    • vibrant and pleasant
    • Having or showing great spirits or happiness; cheering; cheery; contented; happy; joyful; vibrant; animated; ready.
    • Being in great spirits; merry. See Synonyms at glad1.
    • Promoting a feeling of cheer; pleasing: a cozy, cheerful room.
    • showing determination or good laughter: contributed her cheerful work towards the project.
    • significantly happy and positive.
    • vibrant and pleasant
    • Having or showing great spirits or delight; cheering; cheery; contented; delighted; joyful; vibrant; animated; ready.
    • happily (consistent unrealistically) optimistic
    • happily (equal unrealistically) upbeat
    • being saturated in or promoting cheer; having or showing great spirits
    • being saturated in or advertising cheer; having or showing good spirits
  • others:
    • of great cheer; having good spirits; homosexual; lively: stated of persons.
    • Cordially eager; genial for action; hearty; ungrudging.
    • of great cheer; having great spirits; homosexual; lively: said of persons.
    • Cordially ready; genial doing his thing; hearty; ungrudging.
    • described as or expressive of great spirits; connected with pleasant thoughts; lively; animated: as, cheerful songs.
    • Characterized by or expressive of great spirits; related to acceptable thoughts; lively; animated: as, cheerful tracks.
    • Promoting or causing cheerfulness; gladdening; animating; genial: as, the cheerful sunlight; a cheerful fire.
    • Synonyms Lightsome, gleeful, blithe, airy, sprightly, jocund, jolly, buoyant. See cheery.
    • marketing or causing cheerfulness; gladdening; animating; genial: as, the cheerful sun; a cheerful fire.
    • Synonyms Lightsome, gleeful, blithe, airy, sprightly, jocund, jolly, buoyant. See cheery.

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