OTHER WORDS FROM sunnysun·ni·ly, adverbsun·ni·ness, nounun·sun·ny, adjective
How to use sunny in a sentence
RCP tilts Republican of course, so if go over to Nate Silver at the Times, you get a somewhat sunnier Obama picture.
From Monaco, earlier this month, the aspect was double-edged but somewhat sunnier.
(Think of it as a sunnier heir to the Beatles' reception on The Ed Sullivan Show).
"It is possible to build a sunnier outlook in every room," Danziger and Birndorf insist.
Many necessities in England are superfluities or even inconveniences under sunnier skies.Spanish Life in Town and Country|L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street
Probably the British climate compelled more indoor life than the sunnier south.
From those cold and forbidding Antarctic regions the airship rushed towards sunnier climes, and was very soon over Cape Horn.The Great Airship.|F. S. Brereton
He was lifted into another atmosphere, and breathed a clearer, sunnier air.In Answer to Prayer|W. Boyd Carpenter
The weather was charming for the first two or three weeks—much warmer and sunnier than at Finster.Uncanny Tales|Mary Louisa Molesworth