Examples from the Web for sunshiny
She was an imaginative American girl with a sunshiny soul and much vitality who lived in New York.H. R.|Edwin Lefevre
How I enjoyed my little walk up High street and across the wide, sunshiny square!Esther|Rosa Nouchette Carey
Cold it seems not to me now, in the light of so many warm, sunshiny memories!
And she felt exhilarated as by a sudden, sunshiny break in the cloudy monotony of her horizon.The Vicissitudes of Bessie Fairfax|Harriet Parr
Her big, sunshiny gray eyes and her laughing good nature always made her beautiful to Beverly and me.Vanguards of the Plains|Margaret McCarter
British Dictionary definitions for sunshiny
Word Origin and History for sunshiny
mid-13c., from sun (n.) + shine (n.). Sunshine law in reference to U.S. open meeting legislation is recorded from 1972, from the notion of shining the light of public access on deliberations formerly held behind closed doors.