A feeling of joy and pride
(The) joy of living; high spirits, exuberance, etc.
Delight is defined as a feeling of great happiness or it is something that causes happiness or joy.
(Music, countable) An unaccompanied part song for three or more solo voices, not necessarily merry.
Marked by great joy or jubilation; triumphant.
The opportunity to avenge a wrong; vindication.
(Animation, in the sense of a cartoon) The technique of making inanimate objects or drawings appear to move in motion pictures or computer graphics.
Vivacity is the quality of being lively.
(Countable) A jocose utterance.
The definition of jubilation is a feeling of great happiness, triumph or joy.
The definition of joyful is expressing delight or happiness.
The definition of gratification is satisfaction or pleasure you feel when you get something you wanted or worked for.
The possession, use, or benefit of something
Something indulged in:
The cause of joy
The state of being amused, entertained, or pleased.
The definition of solace is a decline in grief, or consolation.
Valuable or precious possessions of any kind.
A cause of such a mental state
To please or satisfy:
A ship, airplane, train, etc. used to transport soldiers, freight, etc.
The cause of joy
Something delicious; a delicacy.
Refreshment is something you eat, drink, or do to make yourself feel more energetic or stronger.
Something that excites:
A quality or knack of appropriate and pleasing expression in writing, speaking, painting, etc.
An expression of ecstatic feeling:
To feel or take joy or pleasure
To want to have:
Extreme happiness; ecstasy.
To fill with joy; delight.
An entertainment, outing, or other indulgence provided by someone for the enjoyment of others.
A maneuver that draws the attention of an opponent away from a planned point of action, especially as part of military strategy.
A usually challenging activity undertaken for amusement:
Mourning is a feeling and period of sadness after a loss.
The use and enjoyment of the best and most costly things that offer the most physical comfort and satisfaction
Any of the declarations of blessedness made by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount.
A state of being overpowered by emotion, as by joy, grief, or passion
(Countable) (usually in plural) An instance or cause of unhappiness.
A cause of sorrow; affliction; trouble
A cause or source of suffering:
Gaiety; gladness; joy
To exult is defined as to feel or to show feelings of great happiness or joy.
To rejoice is to feel great happiness or joy, or to take great pleasure in something.
To make glad:
US spelling of good humour.
The definition of blithe is cheerful or carefree or lacking in concern.
Relating to, or caused by, ecstasy or excessive emotion.
Characterized by good health and high spirits; full of life; uninhibited
The definition of jovial is defined as someone who is happy and cheerful.
The refinement or subtilization of a body, or the increasing of its virtue or principal property.
Exuberance is defined as the state of being overly excited, joyful and happy.
The act or condition of rejoicing greatly.
A joyous feast, holiday, or celebration; a festival.
The exhibition of joy
(Jewish History) A year-long celebration held every fifty years in which all bondmen were freed, mortgaged lands were restored to the original owners, and land was left fallow: Lev. 25:8-17
Zest is enthusiasm, energy and excitement or the very outside of the peel of a citrus fruit.
Despair is defined as a deep sadness, or loss of hope.
If it is your desire or pleasure; if you please. Used in polite requests:
(Rare) to darken a color during dyeing
An act of showing joy.
High-spirited fun and enjoyment; hilarity.
(Countable) Something that induces laughter.
A festivity; a revelry.
Lightness or gaiety of disposition, conduct, or speech; esp., improper or unbecoming gaiety or flippancy; lack of seriousness; frivolity
Find another word for joy. In this page you can discover 124 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for joy, like: happiness, gladness, elation, joie-de-vivre, delight, rapturous, gaiety, glee, exultant, triumphant and satisfaction.