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- adj. making chirruping noises
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Cheerful; joyous; chatty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Cheerful; lively; chirpy.
Thank you, NaNoWriMo Master, for the motivation and THANK GOD I don't get those chirrupy messages argh!
From inside the pool house, she could hear the faint, chirrupy whisper of the ceiling fan.
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There's nothing like learning jujutsu from a chirrupy-voiced upperclass English lady, as seen in this classic video from 1931.
You soon learned to say “bye bye” to me in this chirrupy voice, opening and closing your hand to wave at me.
In short order she transforms the chirrupy Mary Whitehouse of those opening scenes into the steeliest of rebels with a cause.
But his spirit was bitter and sere without Oba-chama's bright eyes and chirrupy voice.
Cock Robin put his head first to one side, then to the other, and gave a funny, chirrupy laugh.
I share with the rest the memory of kind old hands grown motionless, and chirrupy old voices now stilled; so that some of these graves, turning slowly from raw soil to kindlier green, are mine, the stranger's.
He was thinking of Thursa's chirrupy little treble, which to him was the sweetest music on earth.
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