How To Use Eery In A Sentence

  • A cheery Christmas and the New Year hold lots of happiness for you!
  • I bounce a few more cheery sentences off her, but she has withdrawn into her shell.
  • I hated it when Dad and the pot-bellied guys cunted up the place with cigarettes and beery boy belches. Please Cuntinue...
  • He was delighted to hear a cheery yodel. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such are your own and your friends’ impressions; and behold! there starts up a little man, differing diametrically from all these, roundly charging you with being too airy and cheery — too volatile and versatile — too flowery and coloury. Villette
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  • Around others at the wharves was the cheery hum of contented labor. War-time sketches : historical and otherwise,
  • Oddly, they don't return my cheery waves. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is a utility player who has quickly impressed Reds bosses with his cheery personality and trademark smile.
  • Nor do they return the cheery wave of the locals who have graciously made way. Times, Sunday Times
  • The times I was just having a beery laugh with my friends, times when we shared in each other's extrovert abandon, each other's dippy oblivion.
  • Without exception they were bright and cheery, and full of hope and confidence. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fazal Majid also has another good point, one that so far has kept me leery of purchasing music online.
  • It's true that the atmosphere back in the office when I got back wasn't quite as cheery as the one when I left.
  • Donald Birger, president of InstaCredit Automart, which sold more than 3,000 vehicles in 2008 through its two dealerships in Collinsville, Ill., and O'Fallon, Mo., says he initially was "leery" of the remote disabling systems, in part because he thought customers might object. Late on a Car Loan? Meet the Disabler
  • These are low-fi tunes, sometimes slouching, sometimes cheery, more subdued and experimental than usual. The Sun
  • So much for the cheery welcome of the English wayside inn. Times, Sunday Times
  • Day after day there was an old Irish labourer, a stonebreaker, by the wayside, kneeling on a sack beside a great heap of stones, who gave her a cheery good-morrow as she passed. The Beth Book Being a Study of the Life of Elizabeth Caldwell Maclure, a Woman of Genius
  • Such are your own and your friends 'impressions; and behold! there starts up a little man, differing diametrically from all these, roundly charging you with being too airy and cheery -- too volatile and versatile -- too flowery and coloury. Villette
  • I recall his beery breath and purple veined nose peering through my car window, then there was my dad pushing him out of the way. p_n_elrod: Da Winnah and a ** Newer** Drawing!
  • Ai haz a bitt uv an awf-toppik kweschun – peery oddiklolee ai sea sumwun menshun a paij foar cheezepeeps awn teh buk ov fayses – wuud sumwun pweese letz mih noe wich wun itz izz? dont worry, if da guy grabs your purse, - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Oddly, they don't return my cheery waves. Times, Sunday Times
  • Behind the cheery facade of constitutional government lurks the inextinguishable specter of legally unregulated power.
  • This surprises me for I've always thought of him as an exacting craftsman and, therefore, leery of artistic pretensions.
  • Hullo, young cockbird," said the owner of the face -- a middle-aged, respectable, nautical-looking sort of man -- speaking in a cheery voice, which went to my heart; "what's the row with you, my hearty? On Board the Esmeralda Martin Leigh's Log - A Sea Story
  • December 28, 2007 at 10:23 am kittehs ais is skeery ilu catman ! has you ever danced - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Yet Republicans remain leery of the growing Democratic push for a second economic stimulus program to be considered in September, worried that Democrats are trying to corner them with a politically appealing proposal right before the elections. Congress Moves Toward Approving Housing Bill - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • The event was a humdinger of a house-warming, with sublime moments and a mood that veered between a classical music concert and a beery knees-up at a wedding.
  • She was cheery and happy. The Sun
  • I tend to be a bit leery of cut - price ` bargains '.
  • There is no cheery speech, no overlapping dialogue, no badinage, no heartiness - real or false - almost no voice raised in anger or twisted in sarcasm.
  • Could it be time to install two-way intercoms in all carriages, so that we can offer a cheery hello to the driver whenever we set foot on a train?
  • However attractive the earnings numbers, we remain leery of businesses that never seem able to convert such pretty numbers into no-strings-attached cash.
  • Another curious ad on a bus shelter: Summit Beer has a new brand called ‘Grand’ - it's a cheerful beer for the Bud crowd, the people who find hoppy beers too bitter, too harsh, too unbeery.
  • If we've come to the point where the banterers are having to explain and apologise for their jokes, then presumably the joy of the thing – the roaring of rape humour across a crowded internet, that beery, leery, Friday-night amour – has been lost? The joke's on them
  • I can recall happy evenings sitting round cheery fires, making our own entertainment, and a wonderful spirit of friendliness and fellowship prevailing.
  • They were leery about investing in a company controlled by a single individual.
  • The casual wink from you, the cheery salute from your buddy, the you-rascal-you smiles of recognition from your workmates.
  • It wasna an ill w'y to beery fowk, nor an ill place to gang til, for they aye biggit up the skelf, ye ken. Heather and Snow
  • On Sixtieth Street east of Fourth Avenue I found a dark beery tavern called the Fjord. WHEN THE SACRED GINMILL CLOSES
  • Without exception they were bright and cheery, and full of hope and confidence. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was a gray chip that said club bingo in cheery red letters around the outside. RUNNING FROM THE LAW
  • Again Bryson threw a cheery smile, but this time it was forced. Kissed By Venus
  • A visit and a cheery chat with someone will bring in life and sunshine and make a bleak day pass quickly.
  • The smell of sawdust and fresh wood permeated the little store with a cheery sense of renewal.
  • The fun of it and his cheery look belied the serious and scholarly content. Times, Sunday Times
  • Obviously this sort of tendency leads a lot of people to the conclusion that you have to be really leery about urging ’something’ be done by the U.S. foreign policy establishment lest a certain militarist tendency capture that moral admonition for its own predictable purposes. Matthew Yglesias » The Trouble With Genocide Prevention
  • But as cheery, tune-filled postmodern parodies of cheesy slasher movies go, it's not bad. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is often described as ‘avuncular’ - even by hard-hearted business writers - which the dictionary defines as ‘kind-hearted and cheery’.
  • Ai haz a bitt uv an awf-toppik kweschun – peery oddiklolee ai sea sumwun menshun a paij foar cheezepeeps awn teh buk ov fayses – wuud sumwun pweese letz mih noe wich wun itz izz? dont worry, if da guy grabs your purse, - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • The music can be frothy; it can be fizzy, bubbly, cheery and it most definitely is catchy.
  • It doesn't take much of a storyline shift for a cheery Lothario to be recast as a self-serving pesterer. Can 'Bonking Boris' have his cake and eat it?
  • Somehow, the caliginous man's intimidating demeanor always failed to discourage or frighten Josh, much less hamper his cheery, gossiping attitude.
  • The times I was just having a beery laugh with my friends, times when we shared in each other's extrovert abandon, each other's dippy oblivion.
  • U.S. Deputy Ambassador Alejandro Wolff said he was "leery" about blaming Ethiopia for what is primarily an internal Somali problem. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • John McCreery: Rick, If "etic" means nothing more than a third-party label, then the PRIZM labels might be called ... Savage Minds
  • He and his cheery smile and kind nature will be missed by so many people in Otley
  • He has no credibility. We have to be leery of his proposal.
  • `You should, though as a general rule burglars are leery about gaining entry from the front of a building -- too exposed. A SONG AT TWILIGHT
  • A writer in the "Atlantic" [1] gravely tells us the wood thrush is sometimes called the hermit, and then, after describing the song of the hermit with great beauty and correctness, coolly ascribes it to the veery! In the Catskills Selections from the Writings of John Burroughs
  • It couldn't make up its mind whether to be intentionally, camply sneery and sniggery or just boldly melodramatic. Times, Sunday Times
  • This one has cheery deep yellow flowers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Instead we were greeted with cheery waves and broad smiles. The Sun
  • They want the road to be easy, with lots of bright, cheery colors and happy songs paving the way. Christianity Today
  • No, there was nothing sublime and dolorous about Miss Manners; her face was round, cheery, and slightly puckered, with two little black eyes sparking and shining under dark brows, a nose she unblushingly called pug, and a big mouth with eminently white and regular teeth, which she said were such a comfort, for they never ached, and never would to the end of time. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 46, August, 1861
  • A cheery New Year hold lots of happiness for you!
  • I cannot believe I will not get another cheery call with a bright idea, a suggestion, a bit of encouragement, or a bit of a plaudit for something I might have done that had a bit of an effect.
  • Eery act of will is an act of self - limitation.
  • The woman behind the counter greeted us with a cheery hello.
  • She was cheery and happy. The Sun
  • Shaking my head, I buckled my seat belt as the cheery voice of the stewardess announced out arrival.
  • Whenever anyone felt down, she would buck them up with cheery word.
  • Before the practice took hold, some news directors, fearing pranks, were leery of airing amateur video.
  • Catherine hummed and sang a hymn that faded quickly from a cheery ode to a mournful dirge.
  • The site has a roving reporter and European Editor in Chief, who writes cheery newsletters from, for instance France, and the Left Coast of the USA.
  • There is no electric display telling you of the next station, but you do get a cheery conductor who can criticise the beautiful morning, when it is raining.
  • Nor do they return the cheery wave of the locals who have graciously made way. Times, Sunday Times
  • Pangloss is the wildly optimistic character in Voltaire's Candide -- "Panglossian" is to say overly cheery. W.C. Varones
  • Equally, many men in mid-life refuse to conform to the physical stereotype of the beery middle-aged spread, cardigan and carpet slippers, and are happy to play along with the notion that they are only as old as they feel.
  • But the sickroom was a different place now, when we had Allan's cheery visits to enliven our long evenings. Esther : a book for girls
  • Without exception they were bright and cheery, and full of hope and confidence. Times, Sunday Times
  • We went out with the staff last night for a bit of a pub crawl (thanks for the invite), and a fairly pleasant, and beery night was had by all.
  • Now he displayed toward the Englishman and the Scot a kind of eery, distant graciousness. Foes
  • Performing a whimsical mix of popular German chansons and original compositions alongside Cuban rumbas, cheery foxtrots, elegant tangos and covers of modern pop songs, Palast has earned rave reviews and standing ovations in glamorous concert halls across the globe. UCLA Live Unveils Their 2007-2008 Jazz Series
  • Though unscented, it makes a cheery sight in winter. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am leery of superlatives but am not inclined to argue with that.
  • There was a twist in the corridor they were approaching, and a distant babble of voices lifted in cheery shouts, loud demands, drunken slurs.
  • He had seen women of sixty, rouged, and jewelled, and furbelowed, foot it deftly in the halls of the Faubourg St. Germain in his earliest youth; and this cheery, healthy woman, with lingering blooms on either cheek, and uncapped head of curly black hair but slightly strewn with silver, seemed quite as fit a subject for the accomplishment. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 46, August, 1861
  • The trees around them were thin and willowy, soft breezes shook their leaves and sounded like cheery tintinnabulations ringing throughout the air.
  • It makes for fun, beery conversations at the pub.
  • ‘All these things put together, excited their curiosity; and they engaged a peery servant, as they called a footman who was drinking with Kit. the hostler, at the tap-house, to watch all her motions. Clarissa Harlowe
  • A rounded shrub with very supple stems bearing sweetly scented clusters of unusual cheery yellow flowers in January and February. Times, Sunday Times
  • The prison guards geared up for their usual round of parties and beery cheer.
  • He's also leery of reserve land being developed in such a way.
  • In the same article linked to above, Environment Minister Leona Dombrowsky said that she's "leery" about incineration and approves of composting. Peace, order and good government, eh?: October 2003 Archives
  • From one side you hear the solemn notes of the fanfarade from Libuša; a little farther away a very cheery brass band is stirring its audience with a rattling march -- impossible to keep your feet still; then while the brass band pauses for breath and beer the insistent cadence of a dreamy valse floats up to meet you. From a Terrace in Prague
  • Christmas lights decorated every house with cheery lights and lit up Santas, reindeers frolicking on the bright green grass.
  • He is always ready with a cheery smile and wave, and is famous for sheltering passengers with his own umbrella.
  • Veronica had come up to him with her usual cheery smile.
  • ` People got so peery, 'complained the great man, ` that ingenious men were put to dreadful shifts.' A Book of Scoundrels
  • Andy Deery is managing the team and anyone who would like to play should ring him.
  • Take the Go Compare tenor, a cheery bulbous eejit warbling doggerel set to melodies so basic that the average nursery rhyme sounds like one of Sun Ra's more outre soundscapes by comparison. The Hard Sell: Direct Line
  • His publicity pictures show a perky looking man - puckish perhaps - with a cheery grin of white teeth and lightly raised eyebrows like cedillas.
  • Yes, Beery seems about as Mexican as a Taco Bell Chalupa, but I’d enjoy him in just about anything and this rip roaring actioner is no exception to the rule. 2010 February : Scrubbles.net
  • So powerful were these smells - and Bardo's beery aroma and his own acrid sweat - that he scarcely heard the novice THE BROKEN GOD
  • Snappy dialogue, a rollicking storyline of love and piracy, and excellent supporting turns by Harlow, Beery, and Lewis Stone keep the bumptious "China Seas" afloat for the whole voyage. John Farr: Clark Gable: King of Hollywood
  • Cheery yellow flower heads nod all around me, their colours heightened.
  • Then again the word "brewery" picked out in stone is a pretty clear pointer to a more beery use. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • Morrison rouses himself out of his beery reverie.
  • Teh soopeeryer intullekt uv cheezpeeps ovar teh graff peeps iz evuhdent coz derz nawt uh unessuhsary uhposstrophy in duh lasst wurd. See? Ders bibul abowt kittehs. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • The broadcasts always ended with a spookily-cheery valediction of ‘Good-bye, dear listeners’ and a tinny recording of the Internationale.
  • Instead we were greeted with cheery waves and broad smiles. The Sun
  • Connock men an 'as harmless as a steeryopticon letcher. Observations By Mr. Dooley
  • But he was not hung up until October 1449, when, after Talbot had left the Vieux Palais, the Council joyfully gave orders to Laurent des Loges, "pour pendre et asseoir certaine cloche nommée Rouve estant en la tour du beffroy"; and in the town accounts stands the cheery item of "Sept sous six deniers pour vin donné aux ouvriers," when it was hung on the very The Story of Rouen
  • And then, with a cheery wave, he is gone. Times, Sunday Times
  • More World Cup related nonsense, this time from those cheery chappies at Strathclyde fire brigade who warn of the increased danger of fire in the home during the month-long football fest.
  • No wonder ministers and regulators are taking a slightly jaundiced view of their cheery claims. Times, Sunday Times
  • He's superficially lovable, in that Brodkin makes him a cheery as well as cheeky chappie, confident that the woman in the front row will be charmed to hear he'd like to "cum on [her] tits". Lee Nelson's Well Good Tour – review
  • Marshal Stone called a cheery greeting, the while his horse dropped its head to drink. Heart of the Blue Ridge
  • Then I checked my email and found a cheery e-card waiting in my inbox from the guy I'd gone to dinner with.
  • None of your sneery jokes. Times, Sunday Times
  • The heavy gold mica is the perfect foil for the bright and cheery colors of yellow and purple, giving the look a little edge. Geometric Soap Reveal
  • The nurse called a cheery greeting to a young man in a beribboned cap, and he whistled in reply. The Mad Ship
  • His publicity pictures show a perky looking man - puckish perhaps - with a cheery grin of white teeth and lightly raised eyebrows like cedillas.
  • This was drunk in a kind of cubby-hole off the night nursery, the three colonials having failed to fraternise with the posse of English servants who had been taken over with the house: a set of prim, starched pokers these, ran the verdict; and deceitful, too, with their “sirs” and “madams” to your face, and all the sneery backbiting that went on below-stairs. The Way Home
  • I was a little bit wary or a little bit leery because he had to pick the gun up and put it in the bag, so of course I was watching what he was doing.
  • I've become leery of such statements, because I've heard them so many times.
  • And then, with a cheery wave, he is gone. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Bitter Orange lotion has extracts of orange, wheatgerm, fenugreek and winter cheery.
  • Yields on higher - quality companies are dramatically lower as investors feel less leery about corporate debt.
  • As well as using clear, sandblasted glass, Kelly works in cheery yellow and orange.
  • I think one of the reasons Street of Crocodiles is so successful (aside from the wonderful thread mechanics that run through it, the dust, the glass, the ...! the ...!) is the way the main character, and the minor ones too, possess this kind of eery homunculus quality, as if they were born from some disturbing ritual. Archive 2007-08-01
  • He was delighted to hear a cheery yodel. Times, Sunday Times
  • Cheery views such as this are out of vogue and easy enough to dismiss as the ravings of a serial optimist.
  • So what about winter, when a cheery planting of foliage and flowering plants can brighten any aspect? Winter Garden Glory
  • I bounce a few more cheery sentences off her, but she has withdrawn into her shell.
  • Watson's orotund voice is complemented by swooning strings, lush orchestration and gloriously cheery tempi, conjuring the Med, lemon trees and a large dollop of la dolce vita straight into your living room.
  • It's not merely embarrassing blog posts and beery photos that can be targeted for takedown. Forget You Not
  • The wood and hermit thrushes and their cousin the veery have taken a severe hit from the cowbirds, so that they are on the brink of becoming endangered species.
  • Give your neighbour a cheery smile and roll your eyes to suggest you would far rather be talking to him than the office. Times, Sunday Times
  • His face was now cheery, no longer hinting darkly at his knowledge.
  • Mynse hem small {e} in þe sirupp {e}: of fumosite algate be ye feeryng {e}. Early English Meals and Manners
  • Too cheery, no doubt, with all that grey and beige. Times, Sunday Times
  • And although Beryl, simple lass of cheery disposition, has tried to sweet talk Tom on more than one social occasion, the old cuss has always rebuffed the olive branch.
  • The cascading stream makes a cheery companion as the track climbs steadily up through the forest for a couple of miles and eventually terminates in a wide clearing.
  • Both our countries are lingering in an eery stasis, waiting for the bad to happen. Times, Sunday Times
  • That sort of thing just makes everyone more leery of using the cybersphere.
  • If we enter the nearest institution of Charity Sisters, Sisters of Mercy, or of the Poor, we cannot fail to remark the contrast between the healthful, cheery, unsolicitous countenances of the inmates, and the nervous, suffering, careworn faces of the wives and mothers in our midst. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 5, No. 4, April, 1864
  • The clerks can be extra cheery, since the end of the shift is right around the corner.
  • Sheldrakes are today's mergansers, while the Wilson thrush, known today as the veery is only a migrant on the Cape but a resident of New England's woods.
  • He affected a cheery enough demeanor on the surface, but she could tell it didn't run very deep. AFTERMATH
  • The experience is not unlike stepping onto a flight and being greeted with a cheery smile and a hot towel. Times, Sunday Times
  • They should state clearly and concisely, without a sneery pout, that it's just another contractual obligation, among many, that must be fulfilled.
  • There is nothing more annoying at 6: 00 o'clock in the morning than a cheery-voiced desk clerk telling you it's time to get up.
  • Trust me, no girl - however desperate - likes a slobbering, out-of-control male, breathing smelly, beery breath all over them.
  • On the third or fourth of May I saw a loon in the pond, and during the first week of the month I heard the whip-poor-will, the brown thrasher, the veery, the wood pewee, the chewink, and other birds. Walden
  • It had the same cheery fruitiness as it had before the ham -- if anything it was even fruitier -- and suddenly it seemed ... insipid. Uncorked: Telling the difference between fine wine and Two Buck Chuck
  • Standing on the giant heap of refuse, she waved us a cheery goodbye. Times, Sunday Times
  • I returned to shuttler IV, beamed Moya, and filled him in, forcing myself to be cheery. Attrition
  • Their classic open blooms come in pure whites through light pinks into deeper, richer pinks with contrasting cheery yellow centres. Times, Sunday Times
  • The text is helpful, and the maps are bright and cheery.
  • A cheery Christmas and the New Year hold lots of happiness for you!
  • She's pleasant, cheery and happy to pose for a photo. The Sun
  • The sinister imagery is hard to reconcile with the contemporary city, with its multiracial population and beery, welcoming atmosphere.
  • The smell of cigar smoke was ingrained in his clothes, and his breath was beery. LOST SUMMER
  • They were a delight to work with and after each practice jump brought their cheery, carefree smiles into the stadium control room. The Sun
  • But recall the eery similarities between Tucson and this utterly chilling episode from last year. Your Right Hand Thief
  • The ranchman, who is half-hunter, half-stockman, and his wife are jovial, hearty Welsh people from Llanberis, who laugh with loud, cheery British laughs, sing in parts down to the youngest child, are free hearted and hospitable, and pile the pitch-pine logs half-way up the great rude chimney. A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains
  • On occasion, law enforcement personnel boost their arrest quotas by collaring cheery cinephiles engaged in such activities. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • But rather than the scream and roar of high-revving engines, the event will be dominated by an eery quiet. Times, Sunday Times
  • The wall appeared completely black from the outside, allowing for a cheery atmosphere while ensuring complete privacy.
  • Every space along the route was packed with people - office workers, beery rugger types, cheering pensioners and schoolchildren who really should have been elsewhere.
  • Morrison rouses himself out of his beery reverie.
  • But he didn't and his tone was too sneery. Times, Sunday Times
  • I don't care about the sneery face, that's part of the attitude. The Sun
  • By all accounts the Thatcher family is a close-knit foursome, and Husband Denis is a cheery, supportive consort.
  • Arielle blinked twice before opening her eyes fully and staring at Luke with her usual cheery smile.
  • Will it be the supportive lawyer, the needy, cheery, recently divorced neighbour, or will his sister in law finally relent?
  • Well afterwards you should wave a cheery thank you at the man in the Porsche. The Sun
  • A rounded shrub with very supple stems bearing sweetly scented clusters of unusual cheery yellow flowers in January and February. Times, Sunday Times
  • I would be leery of committing my company to employ hundreds of Indian workers, sight and skill unseen.
  • (Oh, jungli, be leery and listen!) "The easiest sort to detect have a door -- The Winds of the World
  • Eery man is a fool sometimes, and none at all times. 
  • Where the most heroic character in the piece also happens to enjoy sadistic torture it's never going to be cheery and relentlessly upbeat, is it?
  • England: "Survivals of agricultural magic-making abound in our folk song even today though as the old meaning becomes unclear what was once ritualistic is likely to change into broad comedy, as with the randy animal-guiser song of the 'Derby Ram', concerning a beast of gigantic, not to say cosmic, attributes, a song that is the lyrical equivalent of those phallophoric dances that survive in farming ceremonies in Europe, intended to celebrate and stimulate the powers of reproduction in plants, animals and men, a song that nowadays survives mainly as a bawdy anthem for beery students or soldiers coming home on leave". Dalby Ram
  • No wonder ministers and regulators are taking a slightly jaundiced view of their cheery claims. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tenencias decalcomania below that, and handed Jerezano his plates and documentation with a cheery Tramites: Mexican Paperwork----ouch!
  • Bardo's flowery body stench and his beery breath were so overpowering THE BROKEN GOD
  • All at once fall in, arms are unpiled, and, enlivened by our band, we again step out; now feet begin to ache, and boots to chafe; but the cheery music of the bands, bugles, or drums and fifes of the regiments marching next to us, generally the Rifles, infuses energy into the most footsore. Our Sailors Gallant Deeds of the British Navy during Victoria's Reign
  • Soft music would now be heard on the background, and happy and cheery voices as well.
  • Against a bright, cheery backdrop, choose from more than a dozen variations of this Chicano chow, most of which are presented four to a plate, open-faced on soft corn or flour tortillas.
  • No man can hold th 'office iv bow-sthringer iv our impeeryal domain without a certy-ficate fr'm Hadji. Mr. Dooley's Philosophy
  • Here, in general, it's been a case of it's the economy, sneery. Times, Sunday Times
  • Kat, cheery is a good word -- it is a pretty nice thing to have greet me in the kitchen every morning! If there was any doubt that Christmas is coming...
  • On the third or fourth of May I saw a loon in the pond, and during the first week of the month I heard the whip-poor-will, the brown thrasher, the veery, the wood pewee, the chewink, and other birds. Walden
  • We were a little leery about renting a car, having never driven on Bulgarian highways, but our fears were misplaced.
  • No longer can a lot of cheery-sounding mush from teachers and administrators substitute for hard facts.
  • That is, not eery bowl of cereal may yield the same number calories for each person.
  • And Ambrose Campany, a cheery-faced, middle-aged man, with booklover and antiquary written all over him, shockheaded, blue-spectacled, was there now, talking to an old man whom Bryce knew as a neighbour of his in Friary The Paradise Mystery
  • The very meaning of the term splinters depending upon which party one chooses to examine and some might be quite leery about the use of it. Irish Blogs
  • To escape the blubbery kisses of great aunts and the beery, fag - fugged breaths of distant cousins, we children used to escape outside, playing a game called Jumping the Gardens, which was modelled on the Grand National.

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