What is another word for chirpily?

Pronunciation: [t͡ʃˈɜːpɪlɪ] (IPA)

Chirpily is an adverb used to describe someone who speaks or acts in a cheerful, lively manner. There are several similar words that could be used in place of chirpily, such as vivaciously, merrily, jauntily, gleefully, and exuberantly. Vivaciously conveys a sense of liveliness and energy, while merrily suggests a happy and carefree attitude. Jauntily implies a confident and sprightly demeanor, while gleefully suggests a sense of pleasure or delight. Exuberantly suggests energy and enthusiasm. All of these words could be used to describe someone who is chirpily going about their day with a positive attitude and a spring in their step.

What are the hypernyms for Chirpily?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Chirpily

I should like to say more about my bedside friends-strapping George Borrow sitting with Petulengro's sister under the hedge or fighting the Flaming Tinman; the dear little Boston doctor who talks so chirpily over the Breakfast Table; the Compleat Angler that takes you out into an eternal May morning, and Sainte-Beuve whom I have found a first-rate bedside talker.
"Pebbles on the Shore"
Alpha of the Plough (Alfred George Gardiner)
There was a brief silence, then chirpily came the answer.
"The Bars of Iron"
Ethel May Dell
If men in the twelfth century had been told that the lightning had been driven for leagues underground, and had dragged at its destroying tail loads of laughing human beings, and if they had then been told that the people alluded to this pulverising portent chirpily as "The Twopenny Tube," they would have called down the fire of Heaven on us as a race of half-witted atheists.
"Varied Types"
G. K. Chesterton

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