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Great pleasure; joy:
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  1. Great pleasure; joy:
  2. (Old Poet.) The power of pleasing
  3. Something that gives great pleasure or enjoyment:
That which causes merriment.
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  1. That which causes merriment.
  2. The emotion usually following humour and accompanied by laughter; merriment; jollity; gaiety.
  3. Gladness and merriment, especially when expressed by laughter.
(Music) A part song scored for three or more usually male and unaccompanied voices that was popular in the 1700s.
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  1. (Music) A part song scored for three or more usually male and unaccompanied voices that was popular in the 1700s.
  2. Jubilant delight; joy.
An encouraging or being encouraged
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  1. An encouraging or being encouraged
  2. One that encourages.
  3. Something that encourages
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  1. (Law, dated) reinsurance
  2. The act of confirming someone's opinion or impression
  3. The feeling of being reassured, of having confidence restored, of having apprehensions dispelled
A condition or feeling of pleasurable physical ease or relief from pain or stress:
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  1. A condition or feeling of pleasurable physical ease or relief from pain or stress:
  2. Help; assistance:
  3. A condition of well-being, contentment, and security:
Something that eases or relieves; comfort; consolation; relief
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  1. Something that eases or relieves; comfort; consolation; relief
  2. A source of comfort or consolation.
  3. Comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or distress; consolation.
A loud prolonged noise, such as that produced by waves.
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  1. A loud prolonged noise, such as that produced by waves.
  2. A loud noise, as that made by crashing waves, a storm, a motor, etc.; din
  3. A loud, deep, rumbling sound, as of a lion or bull, a person in pain, a cheering crowd, etc.
Praise; commendation:
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  1. Praise; commendation:
  2. Approval or praise, esp. as shown by clapping hands, cheering, etc.
  3. Approval expressed especially by the clapping of hands.
An instance of shouting “hurrah”
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  1. An instance of shouting “hurrah”
  2. A cheer; a cry of hurrah!.
  3. Excitement, tumult, commotion, etc.
An instance of shouting “hurray”
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  1. An instance of shouting “hurray”
A villain, especially a hired killer.
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  1. A villain, especially a hired killer.
  2. A shout or cry of “bravo.”
  3. A shout of “bravo”
A cheer.
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  1. A cheer.
  2. A shout of “huzzah.”
  3. A cheer often associated with sailors, shouted by a group in praise of a thing or event.
Favorable regard; commendation.
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  1. Favorable regard; commendation.
  2. (Philately) Stamps sent on request by mail to potential buyers
  3. An expression granting permission; an indication of agreement with a proposal; an acknowledgement that a person, thing, or event meets requirements.
Official approval.
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  1. Official approval.
  2. An expression of warm approval; praise.
  3. Approval, sanction, or commendation
To allay the sorrow or grief of (someone).
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  1. To allay the sorrow or grief of (someone).
  2. To make feel less sad or disappointed; comfort
  1. To strengthen or hearten; give impetus or vigour
  2. To put spirit into; give life or courage to; cheer; exhilarate
To make or become bright or brighter
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  1. To make or become bright or brighter
(Archaic) To be or become glad
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  1. (Archaic) To be or become glad
  2. To cause (something) to become more glad.
  3. To make glad:
To show approval of by clapping, cheering, etc.
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  1. To show approval of by clapping, cheering, etc.
  2. To express approval, especially by clapping the hands.
  3. To express approval of (someone or something) especially by such clapping.
(Austral., N.Z., Informal) To treat (someone) to (a round of drinks, etc.)
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  1. (Austral., N.Z., Informal) To treat (someone) to (a round of drinks, etc.)
  2. To say with or utter a shout.
  3. To utter a shout; cry out loudly
To honor formally and ceremoniously:
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  1. To honor formally and ceremoniously:
  2. To greet or welcome with friendly words or ceremonial gesture, such as bowing, tipping the hat, etc.
  3. To honor by performing a prescribed act or gesture, such as dipping the flag, firing cannons, or raising the right hand to the forehead, as a mark of military, naval, or official respect
Used as a title and form of address for a patriarch in the Armenian Church or a metropolitan in the Russian Orthodox Church:
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  1. Used as a title and form of address for a patriarch in the Armenian Church or a metropolitan in the Russian Orthodox Church:
  2. Any of the declarations of blessedness made by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount.
  3. Perfect blessedness or happiness
The state or condition of being blessed, holy.
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  1. The state or condition of being blessed, holy.
Extreme happiness; ecstasy.
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  1. Extreme happiness; ecstasy.
  2. Perfect happiness
  3. The ecstasy of salvation; spiritual joy.
The state of being cheerful; joy.
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Anything producing happiness; good fortune
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  1. Anything producing happiness; good fortune
  2. An apt expression or thought
  3. Happiness; bliss
The state of being glad; joy.
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(Archaic) Good luck; good fortune; prosperity.
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  1. (Archaic) Good luck; good fortune; prosperity.
  2. Fortuitous elegance; unstudied grace; "” used especially of language.
  3. The emotion of being happy; joy.
The expression or showing of such feeling
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  1. The expression or showing of such feeling
  2. A source or an object of joy:
  3. Intense and especially ecstatic or exultant happiness, or an instance of such feeling.
The state of being joyful
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To take great pleasure or joy:
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  1. To take great pleasure or joy:
  2. To give great pleasure or joy:
  3. To please greatly:
To cast a spell over, as by magic; bewitch
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  1. To cast a spell over, as by magic; bewitch
  2. To charm greatly; delight
  3. To attract and delight; entrance.
To make glad
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  1. To make glad
  2. To cause (something) to become more glad.
  3. To make glad:
To please or satisfy:
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  1. To please or satisfy:
  2. To give in to (a desire); indulge:
  3. To give pleasure or satisfaction
To give great joy, delight or pleasure to
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  1. To give great joy, delight or pleasure to
  2. To fill with joy; delight.
Used to make a polite request.
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  1. Used to make a polite request.
  2. An expression of annoyance or impatience.
  3. To have the will or desire; wish:
To give pleasure to, now specif., sexually
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  1. To give pleasure to, now specif., sexually
  2. To go in search of pleasure or enjoyment.
  3. To give pleasure or enjoyment to; gratify:
To excite the surface nerves of, as by touching or stroking lightly with the finger, a feather, etc., in a way that causes involuntary twitching, a pleasant tingling, laughter, etc.
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  1. To excite the surface nerves of, as by touching or stroking lightly with the finger, a feather, etc., in a way that causes involuntary twitching, a pleasant tingling, laughter, etc.
  2. To fill with mirth or pleasure; delight.
  3. To please, gratify, delight, etc.
To make joyful
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  1. To make joyful
  2. To enjoy.
  3. To fill with ecstatic happiness, pleasure, or satisfaction.
  1. To foster, give help or patronage
  2. To give support to; foster:
  3. To give support to; be favorable to; foster; help
To give heart to; to encourage, urge on, cheer, give confidence to.
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  1. To give heart to; to encourage, urge on, cheer, give confidence to.
  2. To cheer up; encourage
To give strength or courage to.
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  1. To give strength or courage to.
  2. Any of the bundles of fibers made up of neurons that carry sensory and motor information throughout the body in the form of electrical impulses. Afferent nerves carry information to the central nervous system, and efferent nerves carry information from the central nervous system to the muscles, organs, and glands. Efferent nerves include the nerves of the peripheral nervous system, which control voluntary motor activity and of the autonomic nervous system, which controls involuntary motor activity.
To foster boldness or courage in.
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  1. To foster boldness or courage in.
  2. To give courage to; cause to be bold or bolder
  3. To encourage, inspire, or motivate.
  1. To foster, give help or patronage
  2. To give support to; foster:
  3. To give support to; be favorable to; foster; help
To give inspiration
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  1. To give inspiration
  2. To cause someone to have (a feeling or reaction); elicit or arouse:
  3. To arouse or produce (a thought or feeling)
To put spirit into; give life or courage to; cheer; exhilarate
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  1. To put spirit into; give life or courage to; cheer; exhilarate
  2. To strengthen or hearten; give impetus or vigour
To provide someone with an incentive to do something; to encourage.
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  1. To provide someone with an incentive to do something; to encourage.
  2. To cause to be enthusiastic:
  3. To provide with, or affect as, a motive or motives; incite, impel, or encourage
To show approval of by clapping, cheering, etc.
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  1. To show approval of by clapping, cheering, etc.
  2. To express approval of (someone or something) especially by such clapping.
  3. To express approval, especially by clapping the hands.
To strike the palms of the hands together with a sudden explosive sound, as in applauding.
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  1. To strike the palms of the hands together with a sudden explosive sound, as in applauding.
  2. To strike together with a sharp sound, as one hard surface on another:
  3. To put or place quickly and firmly:
To plant and fix the roots of (a plant) in soil or the ground.
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  1. To plant and fix the roots of (a plant) in soil or the ground.
  2. To grow roots or a root:
  3. A plant part that usually grows underground, secures the plant in place, absorbs minerals and water, and stores food manufactured by leaves and other plant parts. Roots grow in a root system. Eudicots and magnoliids have a central, longer, and larger taproot with many narrower lateral roots branching off, while monocots have a mass of threadlike fibrous roots , which are roughly the same length and remain close to the surface of the soil. In vascular plants, roots usually consist of a central cylinder of vascular tissue, surrounded by the pericycle and endodermis, then a thick layer of cortex, and finally an outer epidermis or (in woody plants) periderm. Only finer roots (known as feeder roots) actively take up water and minerals, generally in the uppermost meter of soil. These roots absorb minerals primarily through small epidermal structures known as root hairs. In certain plants, adventitious roots grow out from the stem above ground as aerial roots or prop roots, bending down into the soil, to facilitate the exchange of gases or increase support. Certain plants (such as the carrot and beet) have fleshy storage roots with abundant parenchyma in their vascular tissues.
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