Happy synonyms

hăp'ē
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Noticeably happy and optimistic.
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The definition of joyful is expressing delight or happiness.
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Feeling or characterized by pleasure or joy; happy; pleased
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Full of, expressing, or causing mirth; merry
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Filled with delight.
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Full of joy; happy; glad
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Full of jubilant delight; joyful.
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The definition of gay is someone or something bright or happy.
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(Archaic) Pleasant or amusing
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In a good mood, happy, cheerful
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In good humor
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In a state of satisfaction.
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Extremely happy; full of joy; experiencing, indicating, causing, or characterized by bliss.
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Blessed
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Lacking or showing a lack of due concern; casual:
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The state or condition of being full of rapture
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In good humor
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Of or relating to a feast or entertainment, or to eating and drinking, with accompanying festivity; festive; social; gay; jovial.
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Full of high spirits and good humor; merry
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In good humor
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Having or showing no desire for something more or different; satisfied
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Having a pleasant or friendly disposition or manner:
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Uttered with laughter
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The definition of lively is moving quickly, full of life or full of spirit.
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(Old-fashioned) Noisily merry; boisterous and joyous
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Suitable to one's needs
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(Not comparable, idiomatic) Dead.
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Endowed with life; full of life or spirit; indicating animation; lively; vigorous.
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Full of animation and spirit; lively:
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Of a beverage, especially an alcoholic beverage, containing dissolved carbon dioxide (either naturally or that has been added) that comes out of solution in the form of many tiny bubbles.
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Having a spirited love of life; ebullient
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(Archaic) Manifest to the mind, as light is to the eyes; clear; evident; plain.
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The definition of buoyant is someone or something that is able to rise or float in air or water.
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Experiencing or exhibiting relief.
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Joyful or cheerful
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Having uncontrolled excitement; ecstatic.
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Carefree and high-spirited; boisterous:
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Characterized by good health and high spirits; full of life; uninhibited
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Full of life; sprightly.
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Stupefied by any chemical substance.
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Of or characteristic of a time of peace
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Exulting; triumphant; jubilant
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Ready; especially fitted or qualified (to do something); quick to learn; prompt; expert; as, a pupil apt to learn; an apt scholar.
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The definition of debonair is an elegant, gracious and carefree in manner.
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Having light; not dark; bright
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In good humor
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In or like Elysium
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With breezes blowing; slightly windy
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Excellent.
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Used or expressed in a way suitable to the occasion; aptly chosen; appropriate; apt
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In good humor
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That enjoys the pleasures of life
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Affected with great sadness or depression.
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In good humor
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Sprightly and lighthearted in disposition, character, or quality.
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(Of metal) Not alloyed; not in mixture with other metals; pure.
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Merry; cheerful and good-humored.
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Joyful, glad, taking pleasure in being alive. Not depressed or sad.
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In lively spirits; cheerful.
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(Physics) Having nonzero charm. Used of particles.
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Extremely excited or delighted.
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Pleasant; pleasing, bringing satisfaction, enjoyment or pleasure.
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Expressive of good humor
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Suitable to the social situation or to social respect or social discreetness; socially correct; socially discreet; well-mannered; proper.
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Having a benign appearance
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The definition of ecstatic is in a state of great delight or joy.
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Filled with light; bright
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Cheerful; genial:
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Full of or characterized by animation, vigor, or courage:
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Expressive of good humor
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In good humor
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Feeling great joy
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That which smiles or has a smile.
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Free from troubles or worry
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Feeling great well-being or elation or intense happiness; characterized by euphoria.
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The definition of lucky is someone who has good fortune, something that brings good fortune, or something that results from good fortune and chance.
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Producing feelings of ease or security:
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Cheerful; amiable.
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Said or done in fun; jocular
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In good humor
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(By extension) confused, unconnected
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In good humor
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The definition of fit is proper, appropriate or in good physical condition.
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Having or showing enthusiasm; ardent
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Carried away with joy, love, etc.; enraptured
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Enraptured; rapt
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In good humor
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Extremely warm and friendly; most genial or cordial
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In good humor
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(Simile, colloquial) Very happy (sometimes with the extra connotations of being carefree or unaware of grimmer realities).
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In good humor
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In good humor
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Expressive of good humor
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Causing laughter or mirth
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Covered with or full of light; bright.
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Extremely happy and excited; delighted; pleased.
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Energetic, lively, and playful:
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(Archaic) Stylish.
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In good humor
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Expressive of good humor
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In good health.
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Fond of or full of sport or merriment; playful
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In good humor
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Not suitable; inappropriate:
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Feeling or characterized by sadness or dejection.
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Out-and-out; thorough:
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Chosen with care and judgment; proper; appropriate
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In good humor
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Expressive of good humor
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Expressive of good humor
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Lucky, favored by fortune.
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Characterized by luck or good fortune
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Joyful and triumphant; elated; rejoicing
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Expressive of good humor
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Sad is defined as feeling upset or unhappy about something, often shown physically with a frown.
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The definition of fitting is something appropriate or expected.
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Happy enough with what one has or is; not desiring something more or different; satisfied
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Experiencing the effect of favourable fortune; having the feeling arising from the consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, as peace, tranquillity, comfort; contented; joyous.
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The definition of auspicious is a situation that is positive or indicative of good things to come or is someone who is lucky.
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(Roman Catholic Church) Used as a title before the name of one who has been beatified.
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Favorably disposed or consenting (to do something specified or implied)
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Alternative spelling of lighthearted.
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Expressive of good humor
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The definition of nice is someone who is pleasant or agreeable or something that is in good condition and that is pleasing.
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In or into a satisfactory state or condition:
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Having achieved satisfaction, as of one's goal
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Giving pleasure; pleasant; agreeable; gratifying
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Fitting; proper:
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(Chiefly US, idiomatic) Incorrect; uninformed; exaggerating or expressing falsehood.
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In good humor
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Expressive of good humor
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Expressive of good humor
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Expressive of good humor
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Expressive of good humor
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Of, by, or as if decreed by divine providence
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Marked by lavish or festive celebration:
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Full of or characterized by energy and high spirits; lively.
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Expressive of good humor
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That roars; loud; noisy
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Expressive of good humor
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Conforming to standards; proper:
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Expressive of good humor
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Expressive of good humor
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Perfectly appropriate to some specific occasion or purpose; made to one's specific requirements
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In good humor
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The definition of ravishing is someone extremely beautiful or someone that is delightful.
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Characterized by elegance and good taste:
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Abbreviation of hyperbolic cosine
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The definition of successful is accomplishing what you set out to do, or achieving a certain desired status.
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Allowing no hope; causing despair
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Showing pain, irritation, etc.
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Taking things easy; carefree.
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Of or expressing mourning
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Having bad luck; unlucky
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Abandoned; desolate; forlorn
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Causing sorrow:
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Shedding tears; tearful.
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Emotionally or mentally disturbed
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Demanding immediate notice or remedy
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Not satisfied; displeased
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lucky
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Resulting or likely to result in misfortune; inauspicious:
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Synonym Study

  • 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
  • Cheerful implies a steady display of bright spirits, optimism, etc. he's always cheerful in the morning
  • 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
  • Happy generally suggests a feeling of great pleasure, contentment, etc. a happy marriage
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