They whistled cheerily at their work, and the yellow shavings flew far and wide.
"Debit and Credit" by Gustav Freytag
And whistling cheerily, he set his feet toward the south and the Moonstone Trail.
"Overland Red" by Henry Herbert Knibbs
He came in cheerily, his hearty voice ringing with health and good-will.
"The Moccasin Ranch" by Hamlin Garland
Just as the flames shot up, the dog barked cheerily, and the lad turned to welcome him.
"While Caroline Was Growing" by Josephine Daskam Bacon
Then Jack sprang to his feet "Come on," he cried cheerily.
"Jack Haydon's Quest" by John Finnemore
His father, busy at work, greeted him cheerily, but had no dime for powder and shot.
"Good Cheer Stories Every Child Should Know" by Various
Farrell, the attorney, grinned cheerily.
"The Cross-Cut" by Courtney Ryley Cooper
The burden of the conversation rested chiefly with her aged husband, who sustained it simply and cheerily.
"Dross" by Henry Seton Merriman
Though the men never pretended to like this work it was carried out cheerily enough.
"The Fifth Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the War 1914-1918" by F.L. Morrison
He tramped along cheerily enough through the silent solitudes of the dense forest.
"The Young Mountaineers" by Charles Egbert Craddock
But the little creek Coonana,
It lilteth cheerily
Where the giant Knocknatubber
Glooms on the glooming sea.
"The Little Creek Coonana" by Clinton Scollard
Gaily I cried, "Here may we rest our fill!"
Then choicest wines we quaffed; and cheerily
"The Wind among the Pines" we sang, until
A few faint stars hung in the Galaxy.
"Down from the Mountain" by Li Po
What a silly bobolink,
Down in the meadow grasses!
What can the noisy fellow think,
When, to everyone who passes,
He calls out cheerily,
"Here, here is my nest! See! see!"
"Foolish Bobolink" by Clara Doty Bates
And it chanced as we were drifting on
Amid the great South Sea,
An English vessel passed us by
That was sailing cheerily;
Unheard by me, that vessel hailed
And asked what we might be.
"The Old Man's Story" by Mary Botham Howitt
He who has longed for twenty years
Over the lofty mountains,
He who knows that he never nears,
Smaller feels with the lapsing years,
Heeds what the bird is singing
Cheerily to its swinging.
"Over The Lofty Mountains" by Bjornstjerne Bjornson
She put her finger burning eerily to my lips--I heard them lock.
Led me then a marsh-way, cheerily--
Tho the quick ooze spurted drearily
Thro root-rotten curd and rock.
Things like water-ghouls
Slid slimily in pools.
"Written In Hell" by Cale Young Rice
I'll try to take life cheerily, and do nothing that shall make your dear face a reproach, when it looks into my own again.
"It has kind of a Mafia feel," Len Sherman said cheerily as he took off his sunglasses and settled into a quiet booth.
I asked cheerily when Father Benedict Groeschel came on the phone.