Another word for happy
In good humor
joyous, joyful, merry, mirthful, glad, gleeful, delighted, cheerful, gay, captivated, blest, laughing, contented, genial, convivial, satisfied, rapturous, enraptured, relieved, congenial, cheery, blithe, jolly, hilarious, sparkling, enchanted, unalloyed, transported, rejoicing, blissful, jovial, jocund, delightful, delirious, exhilarated, cloudless, rhapsodic, rapt, enrapt, gladsome, pleased, gratified, peaceful, comfortable, beatific, intoxicated, debonair, light, bright, buoyant, ecstatic, charmed, bonny, pleasant, exultant, hearty, overjoyed, well, lighthearted, lightsome, radiant, vivacious, sunny, smiling, content, sprightful, zesty, animated, zestful, lively, spirited, exuberant, good-humored, elated, frisky, frolicsome, expressing happiness, jubilant, sportive, rollicking, playful, thrilled, dashing, fun-loving, gladdened, Elysian, jaunty, breezy, carefree, at peace, in good spirits, in high spirits, happy as a lark, happy as the day is long, of good cheer, in ecstasies, flushed with excitement, flushed with pleasure, chipper*, perky*, peppy*, fit*, beside oneself*, full of beans*, bubbling over*, tickled*, happy-go-lucky*, in seventh heaven*.
Expressive of good humor
laughing, smiling, shouting, cheering, cavorting, sparkling, giggling, chuckling, jesting, amusing, backslapping, joking, roaring, applauding, guffawing, celebrating, carousing, reveling, festive, making whoopee*, kicking up one's heels*, having a hot time*, raising hell*.
Fortunate or apt
happy generally suggests a feeling of great pleasure, contentment, etc. a happy marriage; glad implies more strongly an exultant feeling of joy your letter made her so glad, but both glad and happy are commonly used in merely polite formulas expressing gratification I'm glad, or happy, to have met you; cheerful implies a steady display of bright spirits, optimism, etc. he's always cheerful in the morning; joyful and joyous both imply great elation and rejoicing, the former generally because of a particular event, and the latter as a matter of usual temperament the joyful throngs, a joyous family
Another word for happyadjective
Characterized by luck or good fortune:fortunate, lucky, providential. See luck
Being in or showing good spirits:bright, cheerful, cheery, chipper, lighthearted, sunny. See happy
Having achieved satisfaction, as of one's goal:content, fulfilled, gratified, satisfied. See happy
Providing joy and pleasure:cheerful, cheery, festive, glad, joyful, joyous, pleasing. See happy
Marked by festal celebration:festive, gala, glad, gladsome, joyful, joyous, merry. See happy
Suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place:appropriate, apt, becoming, befitting, correct, felicitous, fit1, fitting, meet2, proper, right, tailor-made. See right
Eagerly compliant:delighted, glad, pleased, tickled. See happy