Origin of sunny
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Examples from the Web for sunnier
She liked it better because it was sunnier and brighter there.
But, like the schoolgirl, her smiles were all the sunnier for the frowns.Caps and Capers
Gabrielle E. Jackson
The late autumn morning was not crisper and sunnier than she.Americans All
They are not the produce of this climate, but exotics from a sunnier land.Natural Law in the Spiritual World
The world is made brighter and sunnier by flowers of such a hue.
- full of or exposed to sunlight
- radiating good humour
- of or resembling the sun
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Word Origin and History for sunnier
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