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  • adjective superlative form of chirpy: most chirpy.

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Examples

  • In tonight's Parks episode (NBC, 8:30/7:30c), Leslie's promotional tour for said book lands her on public radio — a satirical spin courtesy of guest Dan Castellaneta (moonlighting from his suddenly contentious Simpsons gig) — and then on Pawnee Today, where the town's chirpiest cheerleader experiences a bit of an identity crisis, courtesy of "Gotcha!" host Joan Calamezzo (the hilarious Mo Gaffney).

    Matt's Guide to Thursday TV: Parks By the Book, Grey's Guys Step Up, and More!

  • Amidst all the doom-laden nihilism, the last line from Empire of Death not the chirpiest of novels seems surprisingly upbeat.

    Last lines meme

  • Amidst all the doom-laden nihilism, the last line from Empire of Death not the chirpiest of novels seems surprisingly upbeat.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • "Marc is probably the chirpiest one in the family," Jordan insists.

    USATODAY.com - Staal family making a name in NHL

  • This is probably the chirpiest suggestion for doing things in reverse you'll find in a while, and the lovingly choreographed video makes you believe that after all Sodom must have been a really cool place to hang out.

    Sweetness In Reverse

  • God help you if you're not the chirpiest of persons.

    dogsolitude Diary Entry

  • And, golf courses boast the greenest greens, sandiest traps, chirpiest exotic birds, and live water hazards, crocodiles!

    Puerto Vallarta: where the art of life thrives!

  • And, golf courses boast the greenest greens, sandiest traps, chirpiest exotic birds, and live water hazards, crocodiles!

    Puerto Vallarta: where the art of life thrives!

  • "Okay, here's the drill," I said in my chirpiest voice.

    The Magyar Venus

  • It was a full five minutes before Bill Whiting, the chirpiest of the twelve, recovered enough of his cheek to find speech.

    Morgan’s Run

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