sunny

[suhn-ee]
adjective, sunnier, sunniest.
1.
abounding in sunshine: a sunny day.
2.
exposed to, lighted, or warmed by the direct rays of the sun: a sunny room.
3.
pertaining to or proceeding from the sun; solar.
4.
resembling the sun.
5.
cheery, cheerful, or joyous: a sunny disposition.

Origin:
1250–1300 Middle English; see sun, -y1

sunnily, adverb
sunniness, noun
unsunny, adjective
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sunny (ˈsʌnɪ)
 
adj , -nier, -niest
1.  full of or exposed to sunlight
2.  radiating good humour
3.  of or resembling the sun
 
'sunnily
 
adv
 
'sunniness
 
n

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sunny
"full of sun," c.1300, from sun (n.). Fig. sense of "cheerful" is attested from 1545.
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Example sentences
Anticyclonic curvature favors the formation of surface high pressure areas and
  often brings sunny weather.
Spring weather can quickly swing from warm to cool and from sunny to wet, so be
  prepared.
Such devices can produce a lot of electricity on a bright sunny day.
It is bright and sunny, and he is in an urban park next to a chain-link fence.
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