adjective, cheer·i·er, cheer·i·est.
Origin of cheery
Examples from the Web for cheerily
She says they cheerily took it back and told her she had a little over $1,400 in store credit.
In the press room, an official from the Public Information Office stood on a chair and cheerily gave us the rules.
“I am a hippie girl with anger issues, I get it,” Drew Barrymore said cheerily, while talking about her new film, Whip It!
In his new book, Chris Hedges says this attitude proves America has cheerily waved goodbye to reality once and for all.
"Here's to Less" one ad is cheerily but somewhat ominously headlined.
He laughed loud and cheerily as he left his parliamentary friends, and, putting himself into the train, went down to Boxall Hill.Doctor Thorne|Anthony Trollope
They both laughed yet again, cheerily, both knowing the philosophy of the poor.The Broken Gate|Emerson Hough
They will exult in personal obedience and in common toil, where toil is needed, cheerily performed.The Economist|Xenophon
The great church had been crowded beyond the doors, the streets had been full of cheerily dressed habitants.The Right of Way, Complete|Gilbert Parker
"Time to end this," he said; then called out, cheerily: "Look out below," and entered the hatch.The Wreck of the Titan|Morgan Robertson