Origin of cheerful
SYNONYMS FOR cheerful
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He cheerfully accepted that his party made a hero of Ronald Reagan, but not him.David Frum on How George H.W. Bush Was a Man of Greatness in Modesty|David Frum|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“We share the hate,” Glaser says cheerfully, sipping her ubiquitous can of Diet Dr Pepper.‘Nikki & Sara Live’ Is Late-Night TV’s Best-Kept Secret|Anna Brand|August 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She cheerfully cooked up some Welsh cakes, from a recipe handed down by her grandmother, that the other hosts devoured.
Romney should just cheerfully concede that he is "a little bit stiff, a little bit buttoned up."
Indeed, he cheerfully admits that science and technology have, in many ways, improved our lot.
Come right in here, said the lady, cheerfully, as Jessie and her friends approached.The Campfire Girls on Station Island|Margaret Penrose
There was his wife, a woman who greeted me cheerfully in the Scandinavian accent.Adventures While Preaching the Gospel of Beauty|Nicholas Vachel Lindsay
I pity the distresses of the lady Julia, to whom I am no stranger, and will cheerfully give her all the assistance in my power.'A Sicilian Romance|Ann Radcliffe
"I should think he'd lie considerably more uneasy without it," he says, cheerfully.Portia|Duchess
He brought the books and knife to him cheerfully; the watch he wanted to keep—that was his idol.