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- n. The property of being sunny.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being sunny.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being sunny.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being cheerful and dispelling gloom
- n. lightness created by sunlight
Nor does Ma abandon his adherence to a kind of sunniness that illuminates consummate musicmaking.
Swing voters, we had been told at the time Senator Kerry named John Edwards as his running mate, would respond well to the vice-presidential candidate's "sunniness," his "optimism," his "small town roots."
Seamlessly he combines sunniness and subversion, and can be very complicated indeed.
The few gestures the Times did make confessed to Reagan's personal sunniness, while portraying his policies as harmful to the poor and middle class.
Oh, for those fading voices that once reported on other parts of the sporting forest – the posh joshing of Brian Johnston, or the old-school sunniness whatever the weather of Dan Maskell at Wimbledon.
Like the sunniness in his books that is always giving way to darkness — or barely concealing it — his humor forsook him now and then, especially as he grew old, and in its place there is deep sadness and a bottomless reservoir of rage.
Shortly after they were married five years ago, the Lees — attracted to the lot ' s views, sunniness and central location — purchased the hillside plot of less than 1/8 of an acre for $775,000.
Here's hoping tomorrow brings more sunniness, of mood and weather both.
Benjamin Norman for The Wall Street Journal All the members of the Flight Crew, the Jets cheerleading squad, wear the no. 10, and all seem to share a genetic predisposition toward sunniness.
With characteristic sunniness, he finds in this chaos the spirit of invention and celebrates it.