adjective, chirp·i·er, chirp·i·est.
Related formschirp·i·ly, adverbchirp·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for chirpy
It has not been in a mood to celebrate—at least not in such obvious and chirpy ways.
Later, when Chirpy Cricket met her, he asked her if she had seen her cousin who was spending the summer among the squash vines.The Tale of Mrs. Ladybug|Arthur Scott Bailey
There was a chirpy noise, and a small striped Chipmunk appeared with a night light, and hoped he felt better?The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes|Beatrix Potter
And of what”—Chirpy Cricket stammered—“of what, pray, does your own fiddling remind you?
Chirpy was about to go back to the farmyard when Mr. Cricket Frog came suddenly to life.
It's on my mind, Miss Maltby, that our Ruth is not so chirpy as she used to be.The Corner House Girls Growing Up|Grace Brooks Hill