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upbeat

mod. bright and cheery; not negative. (Compare this with downbeat.) I’d prefer to open the conference with an upbeat topic.
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9) tended to be less upbeat than Conservatives (65.
In her book, Nita outlines ways to make feeling upbeat become a daily priority, the benefits of focusing on things which make you feel good and the power of gratitude.
It's an upbeat urban number which is already blasting from every radio station.
Choosing the right song - whether a melancholy track or one with more of an upbeat tempo - can stir people's memories and help them process their thoughts and feelings and say goodbye to their loved ones.
Ms Torley said from her home near Glasgow: "He's trying to be upbeat but he's very frustrated and a bit depressed.
On the other hand, those symptoms struck 41 percent of people who had been less upbeat.
Although the overall sense for copper was bearish, analysts provided a more upbeat outlook for aluminum.
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The music remains quietly moody with a touch of giddiness--call it upbeat foreboding.
They investigated whether readers use the media for "mood adjustment," choosing to read upbeat articles if they want to feel better and negative articles if they want to stay mad.
The UK's leading blue chip shares had an upbeat day on Thursday as the FTSE 100 stormed to an intraday high of 5808.
Iraq: Providing Hope is an unabashedly upbeat anthology of personal stories from fifty people working and putting their lives on the line to free and rebuild Iraq.
While the market is more upbeat presently, most see aluminum scrap as being stable.
It's summer, and the time is definitely right for upbeat doormats," said Liz Sredenburgh, product manager at Boston Warehouse.
The percolating, upbeat "Get Lifted" makes listeners pat their feet and move their heads.