chirpier, chirpiestADJ-GRADEDIf you describe a person or their behaviour as chirpy, you mean they are very cheerful and lively. [INFORMAL]
Hutson is a small, chirpy bloke...
She sounded quite chirpy, all she needs is rest.Syn:
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chirpy — cheerfully perky, 1837, from CHIRP (Cf. chirp) + Y (Cf. y) (2). The notion is perhaps of birds fluttering and chattering … Etymology dictionary
chirpy — ► ADJECTIVE (chirpier, chirpiest) informal ▪ cheerful and lively. DERIVATIVES chirpily adverb chirpiness noun … English terms dictionary
chirpy — [chʉr′pē] adj. chirpier, chirpiest Informal cheerful and lively; merry chirpily adv. chirpiness n … English World dictionary
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chirpy — adjective (chirpier; est) Date: 1837 1. cheerfully lively < a chirpy manner > 2. a. making chirps b. suggestive of chirping < a chirpy voice > • chirpily … New Collegiate Dictionary
chirpy — UK [ˈtʃɜː(r)pɪ] / US [ˈtʃɜrpɪ] adjective Word forms chirpy : adjective chirpy comparative chirpier superlative chirpiest happy and lively … English dictionary
chirpy — chirpily, adv. chirpiness, n. /cherr pee/, adj., chirpier, chirpiest. 1. chirping or tending to chirp: chirpy birds. 2. cheerful; lively; gay. [1830 40; CHIRP + Y1] * * * … Universalium
chirpy — 1. adjective a) In a good mood; happy Hes surprisingly chirpy for someone who just lost his father. b) Making chirping noises. 2. noun a) An electronic dev … Wiktionary
chirpy — chirp|y [ˈtʃə:pi US ˈtʃə:rpi] adj happy and active ▪ You re very chirpy this morning have you had some good news? >chirpily adv >chirpiness n [U] … Dictionary of contemporary English
chirpy — adjective BrE informal cheerful and active: You re very chirpy this morning have you had some good news? chirpily adverb chirpiness noun (U) … Longman dictionary of contemporary English