chirpy

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

chirp +‎ -y.

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Adjective[edit]

chirpy (comparative chirpier, superlative chirpiest)

  1. In a good mood; happy and energetic.
    He's surprisingly chirpy for someone who just lost his father.
  2. Making chirping noises.

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Noun[edit]

chirpy (plural chirpies)

  1. An electronic device which uses a piezoelectric transducer to make chirping noise, often designed to be hidden and function as an annoyance
  2. Specifically, a version of the above designed to be thrown for placement. Similar to a throwie.