adjective, chirp·i·er, chirp·i·est.
Origin of chirpy
Related Words for chirpypleasant, enjoyable, festive, joyous, carefree, cheerful, jovial, chipper, merry, playful, convivial, lighthearted, cordial, amiable, buoyant, jolly, good-natured, sociable, cheery, affable
Examples from the Web for chirpy
Contemporary Examples of chirpy
It has not been in a mood to celebrate—at least not in such obvious and chirpy ways.Milan Fashion Week's Malaise
September 23, 2011
Historical Examples of chirpy
It really seemed as if Chirpy Cricket had solved the great mystery.The Tale of Mrs. Ladybug
Arthur Scott Bailey
I suppose you have heard the news, and that makes you so chirpy?Crown and Anchor
John Conroy Hutcheson
"Mr. Crow will be sorry, to-morrow, that he scolded us," said Chirpy Cricket.
But Chirpy Cricket had a happy thought, which made them all feel better.
Mrs. Cole-Mortimer was a chirpy, pale little woman of forty-something.The Angel of Terror