[ UK /sˈʌni/ ]
[ US /ˈsəni/ ]
[ US /ˈsəni/ ]
bright and pleasant; promoting a feeling of cheer
a cheery hello
a gay sunny room
a sunny smile
How To Use sunny In A Sentence
- On a sunny summer day one can be overwhelmed by the abundance of the wildlife. Times, Sunday Times
- Outlook for tomorrow and Sunday: Mainly dry and mild, with sunny intervals after clearance of any early mist or fog.
- A little bit overcast is actually a lot better than a sunny sky for us out there," Miller said. NHL players excited to go outdoors in Buffalo's chill
- It was warm and sunny, and we followed fields and footpaths, finally stopping in a wood. Times, Sunday Times
- But surely, I say, there are some people blessed with sunny dispositions - it doesn't necessarily mean they're valiantly trying to stop themselves from sliding into despair.
- After posting a "sunny, bright, cozy loft" on the rental marketplace, the woman, who uses the pseudonym EJ, returned to find the apartment ransacked by a renter using the name "DJ Pattrson. ABC News: Top Stories
- Some days it will be hot and sunny and on those days, you will want to make plenty of lemonade to sell.
- Their yaks share these high, sunny pastures with blue sheep and plump marmots.
- Randy is Mr. Lahey's obsequious sidekick, lover and Sunnyvale's assistant trailer park supervisor.
- The plants should be grown in a sunny or partially shaded spot and prefer a fertile, moist but well-drained soil. Times, Sunday Times