“For what Steyn calls a cheerier take, though, there's this, from some make-pretend academic on the wingnut gravy train:”
“Next morning we looked around at some of our other accomodation options and decided to move round the corner to the Red Dragon hostel which was altogether a bit "cheerier" as Dad would say.”
“I had no intention to make you write to me, or expectation of your doing so; but your note has been so far "cheerier" (299/2.”
“My son seems much cheerier now, happily, although being me I worry that he is just putting a good face on things so as not to worry me.”
“The bright day made the white room cheerier than it had seemed two days ago, and the slanting roof made it snug, though no warmer.”
“It certainly sounds a heck of a lot cheerier than the alternative.”
“The pair consulted last week, with immediate effect on Westwood's putting (better) and his demeanour (cheerier).”
“I even like her – she always seemed like a cheerier, goofier, more relatable counterpart to Diana plus, prettier hair!”
“But, I must say, my outlook is much cheerier when I talk to my beloved!”
“In 2009 the U.S. signed arms deals worth a dismal $22.6 billion compared with the much cheerier amount of $38.1 billion in 2008.”
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