Ill be better when its all nice an warm out o doors, an sunshiny.
As at some time the wind rises, so after a sunshiny day there may be a tempestuous night.
Yet he was a brave, unselfish man and in all the years following that one Winter he lived cheerfully and nobly—a sunshiny life.
The day was a beautiful, bright, sunshiny one, with clear skies overhead.
I would advise you not to buy a flashily colored glass, for it will dazzle your eyes on sunshiny days.
No matter who was with her, no matter what her occupation, for them she had ever smiles and sunshiny greeting.
There was Giant Despair,—'in sunshiny weather he fell into fits.'
Even under his sorrow about my mother he is as sunshiny as possible.
The Weather Bureau records show that the city averages 294 sunshiny days a year.
The evening that opened so clear and sunshiny has clouded rapidly over.
A section of Los Angeles, along Sunset Boulevard, frequented by alienated teenagers, drug users, derelicts, and other sub-and counterculture persons (1962+)
Sunglasses; shades (1965+)