adjective, son·si·er, son·si·est. Scot. and North England, Irish English.
Origin of sonsy
Examples from the Web for sonsie
Tis hame, and it's hame to see sic a sonsie Scots face—and it minds me of my blessed father.'Two Penniless Princesses|Charlotte M. Yonge
Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, / Great chieftain o' the puddin' race!
When I heard him safely round the 'sherp' turn on the staircase I looked at the sonsie, kindly face of my old nurse.Betty Grier|Joseph Waugh
But Tammy's hauded 'im for Maister Brown, an' he says it's sonsie to gie the bonny wee a washin'.
I've been deaved aboot 'im a' the day, but I haena seen the sonsie rascal nor the braw collar the Laird Provost gied 'im.