shod, xursand, vaqtichog'
Adjective(1) bright and pleasant; promoting a feeling of cheer
(1) My face turned from cherry red to a deathly white.(2) That's when the foliage of many trees, shrubs, and vines starts to turn brilliant shades such as port, cherry red, and bonfire orange.(3) only 3 per cent of the students lost their cherry at college(4) She gripped the round top of the cherry bedpost that her father had fashioned so carefully.(5) This colour can range from washed-out orange and light salmon hues to vibrant day-glow and rich deep cherry pinks.(6) Bright cherry red spots appear on the retinas of her eyes, and she is rendered blind.(7) Nichole, the model for this style, has long fine tresses in a spectacular deep cherry hue with some subtle highlights.(8) He stopped short and turned around, his face a shade of cherry red.(9) The last four items were all lip glosses; she left them at my house all the time: cherry red, bubblegum pink, and two clear glosses that tasted like grapefruit.(10) These are again very frightening to watch, as the exhaust pipes glow cherry red to orange in colour and the noise is indescribable.(11) her mouth was a bright cherry red(12) Where resistance to oak root fungus is needed, try bush anemone, Catalina cherry , or spice bush.(13) I yelled, my cheeks taking their cherry red colouring again.(14) cherry pie(15) It was once cherry red, but now it was caked in mud.(16) she pulled up the collar of her cherry wool coat
1. gay ::
2. sunny ::
1. dour ::
2. gloomy ::
3. glum ::
4. morose ::
5. saturnine ::
6. sulky ::
7. sullen ::
Different Formscheerily, cheery
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