chirpy

[chur-pee]
adjective, chirpier, chirpiest.
1.
chirping or tending to chirp: chirpy birds.
2.
cheerful; lively; gay.

Origin:
1830–40; chirp + -y1

chirpily, adverb
chirpiness, noun
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chirpy (ˈtʃɜːpɪ)
 
adj , chirpier, chirpiest
informal cheerful; lively
 
'chirpily
 
adv
 
'chirpiness
 
n

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chirpy
"cheerfully perky," 1837, from chirp. The notion is perhaps of bird fluttering and chattering.
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Example sentences
Many proved similarly chirpy, scoring high on confidence, energy and happiness.
It means surrounding the main characters with lots of chirpy critters wherever
  they go.
They have posters and leaflets and brochures and chirpy enthusiasts who are
  paid to provide that missing willpower.
They are inclusive and informative, but a bit chirpy and somehow bloodless.
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