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ray of sunshine

Definition of ray of sunshine in English:

informal A person who brings happiness into the lives of others: he hasn’t exactly been a ray of sunshine up to now
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  • Scottish fiction, for all its manifest and manifold qualities, is not blessed with many rays of sunshine.
  • As P G Wodehouse famously commented in Blandings Castle: ‘It is never difficult to distinguish between a Scotsman with a grievance and a ray of sunshine.’
  • Cathy said: ‘Shannon was a little star and our little ray of sunshine.’
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