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sunny

  
1    bright, brilliant, clear, fine, luminous, radiant, summery, sunlit, sunshiny, unclouded, without a cloud in the sky  
2      (figurative)   beaming, blithe, buoyant, cheerful, cheery, chirpy     (informal)   genial, happy, joyful, light-hearted, optimistic, pleasant, smiling  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    cloudy, depressing, dreary, dreich     (Scot.)   dull, gloomy, murky, overcast, rainy, shaded, shadowy, sunless, wet, wintry  
2    doleful, down in the dumps     (informal)   gloomy, miserable, morbid, unsmiling  
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sunny

  
  ( sunnier    comparative)   ( sunniest    superlative  )
1       adj   When it is sunny, the sun is shining brightly.   (=bright)  
The weather was surprisingly warm and sunny..., There is a chance of sunny spells in the West.     
2       adj   Sunny places are brightly lit by the sun.  
Most roses like a sunny position in a fairly fertile soil.     
3       adj   Someone who has a sunny disposition is usually cheerful and happy.   (=cheery)  
He was a nice lad<endash10001bright and with a sunny disposition..., The staff wear big sunny smiles.     

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sun, sundry, sunken, sunk

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