Cheery and Miserable


Cheery adjective - Having or showing a good mood or disposition.

Miserable is an antonym for cheery.


Miserable adjective - Causing or marked by an atmosphere lacking in cheer.
Usage example: a miserable jail cell in which the political prisoner was left to rot

Cheery is an antonym for miserable.

Nearby Words: misery, miserly, miserably, miser

Both words in one sentence

  • Faux Affably Evil Also see its downplayed counterpart Bitch in Sheep's Clothing, where a Jerkass is hiding behind a Nice Guy facade, and Stepford Smiler, when a miserable or mentally unstable person is hiding behind a cheery and sweet facade.
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