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  • And always cheerful. (10)
  • He was too cheerful. (10)
  • He was tolerably cheerful. (4)
  • But he was a cheerful martyr! (10)
  • He was very cheerful at supper. (9)
  • Miss Barrow pronounced it cheerful. (10)
  • He is so kind, and tries to make me cheerful. (10)
  • She questioned her brother in a cheerful voice. (12)
  • The prince was particularly civil and cheerful. (10)
  • Cheerful apprentices, they shall be masters soon! (10)
  • And away went the cheerful martyr in sublimest mood. (10)
  • In proportion to it, Adrian waned cheerful and brisk. (10)
  • They seemed more like cheerful, easy friends, than lovers. (4)
  • Mr. Elton is good-humoured, cheerful, obliging, and gentle. (4)
  • There was the cheerful young man of the Gallery off Cork Street! (8)
  • Yes, certainly, the sun shines, and the park looks very cheerful. (4)
  • And last night he was with us so happy, so cheerful, so affectionate? (4)
  • The crowd was cheerful, but some day they would come in different mood! (8)
  • Besides, in Compostella, the swearer had been in his most cheerful mood. (5)
  • The pained Editor deferentially smiled at her cheerful mention of Delphica. (10)
  • He is the reverse, he is cheerful, he is indifferent to personal misfortune. (10)
  • At that moment he heard cheerful voices, and Letitia and the countess entered. (12)
  • Soon they were dancing together, talking interestedly, like cheerful comrades. (10)
  • The secretary, cheerful at his work, was found for just the opening of a door. (10)
  • Death found him cheerful, and he passed away in the middle of the bright summer. (14)
  • Mr. Bellby entered presently, preceded by his nose, as cheerful as they were glum. (8)
  • Sir Austin did his utmost to be hospitable cheerful, and requested them to dance. (10)
  • There was neither cheerful service on the one side nor ungrudging payment on the other. (7)
  • He was more cheerful than she had ever seen him, and now first spoke of their destination. (10)
  • It must have been very melancholy, but nothing could deeply cloud his most cheerful spirit. (9)
  • Nothing is more enviable, nothing richer to the mind, than the aspect of a cheerful poverty. (10)
  • It gave her all the animation that her spirits could boast; for she was in no cheerful humour. (4)
  • The strange thing was that Arabella imagined her letters to be rather of a cheerful character. (10)
  • He was, nevertheless, a cheerful talker, as could be seen in the glad ear given to him by Robert. (10)
  • He was, nevertheless, a cheerful talker, as could be seen in the glad ear given to him by Robert. (22)
  • She looked about her very frankly, and hid her seriousness under a cheerful vividness of behaviour. (12)
  • To-day too he was cheerful, as if determined not to spoil her gaiety; and she was grateful for this. (8)
  • He pushed for an indication of cheerful consent to the act she was about to commit, or of reluctance. (10)
  • Before that, she had been cheerful and careless; now she was melancholy, and haunted the streets no more. (12)
  • The woman was still young enough to be comely, new enough to the awful isolation of her lot to be cheerful. (1)
  • He was neat, insignificant, and nervously cheerful; with the eyes of a bird, that let you into no interior. (10)
  • Her hair was carefully dressed, a cheerful smile was on her lips, and she stretched out both hands to Lorm. (12)
  • It seemed to be modern enough for the cheerful young officer, and they were suddenly revolving with the rest. (9)
  • He had got that off his mind; she would not let Annette commit herself with that cheerful young ass until….! (8)
  • She had often to be cheerful for both, when she found it too much to be cheerful for herself. (9)
  • Who could be his mate for cheerful courage, for skill, the ready mind, easy adroitness, and for self-command? (10)
  • Diana heard him counselling the waggoner as to the common sense of meeting small accidents with a cheerful soul. (10)
  • Shelton was tired, and it annoyed him very much that his companion, who was also tired, should grow more cheerful. (8)
  • Victor despatched a cheerful curt consent to see Mr. Barmby privately on the late afternoon of the day to follow. (10)
  • Their next meeting reassured him; she was dressed in her riding-habit, and wore a countenance resolutely cheerful. (10)
  • Algernon was late at the Bank next day, and not cheerful, though he received his customary reprimand with submission. (10)
  • Algernon was late at the Bank next day, and not cheerful, though he received his customary reprimand with submission. (22)
  • At the back of the house there was a cheerful suite of rooms where the housekeeper and the apprentices had formerly lived. (5)
  • He had, before all, to be of a cheerful countenance before his flock, to greet all and any with an air of hope and courage. (8)
  • The parting was as quiet and cheerful as, in the opposite degree, Vittoria had thought it would be melancholy and regretful. (10)
  • But otherwise the situation was not cheerful for me, and I now began trying to write something for publication that I could sell. (9)
  • But all that has been said assumes the cheerful sacrifice of the particular author who must stake his all upon his single talent. (16)
  • He advised his uncle to take exercise, walked with him, cultivated cheerful impressions in him, and pointed out innocent pursuits. (10)
  • He had always an essential gaiety not to be damped by any discipline, and a docility which expressed itself in cheerful compliance. (9)
  • Jane was therefore obliged to go on horseback, and her mother attended her to the door with many cheerful prognostics of a bad day. (4)
  • It is then that the cock first crows, not this time to announce the dawn, but like a cheerful watchman speeding the course of night. (2)
  • So Lucy replied to her husband a cheerful rigmarole he could make nothing of, save that she was happy in hope, and still had fears. (10)
  • A happy party it appeared to her, all interested in one object: cheerful beyond a doubt, for the sound of merriment ascended even to her. (4)
  • He is the most amiable, cheerful, benignant of men; he has no feeling of an enemy, though naturally his enemies are numerous and venomous. (10)
  • The unjust and the inefficient have always that consciousness of evil which will not let a man forgive his victim, or like him to be cheerful. (9)
  • After that cheerful reunion he had seen less of these old friends than he had hoped to when he had contemplated Chicago from his Paris apartment. (13)
  • He seemed to have all the life and spirit, cheerful feelings, and social inclinations of his father, and nothing of the pride or reserve of Enscombe. (4)
  • Colonel De Craye advanced to her; certainly good-looking, certainly cheerful, by no means a bad talker, nothing of a Croesus, and variegated with faults. (10)
  • During the next few days she sometimes appeared more cheerful and docile, sometimes more dull and troubled than her household companions had ever seen her. (5)
  • He was no doubt a rackety, irresponsible young fellow according to old standards, yet somehow likeable, with his extraordinarily cheerful way of blurting out his opinions. (8)

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