Definition of Cheerier

1. Adjective. (comparative of cheery) ¹



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Definition of Cheerier

1. cheery [adj] - See also: cheery

Lexicographical Neighbors of Cheerier

cheere
cheered
cheerer
cheerer-upper
cheerers
cheerest
cheereth
cheerful
cheerfull
cheerfuller
cheerfullest
cheerfully
cheerfulness
cheerfulnesses
cheerie-bye
cheerier (current term)
cheeriest
cheerily
cheeriness
cheerinesses
cheering
cheeringly
cheerio
cheerios
cheerishness
cheerlead
cheerleaded
cheerleader
cheerleaderish
cheerleaderlike

Literary usage of Cheerier

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century by Francis Parkman (1880)
"Then they would build a house for the ' Donation el Transport de la Concession de 1'Isle de Montreal par M. Jenn de Lauzon aux Sieurs cheerier de ..."

2. Manual of operative surgery by John Fairbairn Binnie (1921)
"(cheerier, La Pr. Med., Jan. 9, 1919.) dorsi and sometimes the serratus ... (cheerier, La Pr. Med., Jan. 9, 1919.) FIG. 427.—Diagram showing elevation of ..."

3. English Synonyms Explained & Illustrated: Explained and Illustrated by J. H. A. Günther (1904)
"No one could be a cheerier companion than herself when she chose. — B. HARRADEN. He tried to give a cheerier tone to his voice. — HALL CAINE. ..."

4. A Different Sin by Rochelle Hollander Schwab (1993)
"I'll be glad to have you turn the talk to cheerier subjects. ... "If it's cheerier conversation you want, you won't find it in our present company. ..."

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