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- adj. Very happy
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overjoy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. extremely joyful
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The van Vuurens said in the statement that they were "overjoyed" that Angelina and Brad chose Naankuse as the foundation's partner in Namibia.
Newly released from rehab, though, the unbowed Tierney has said he's "overjoyed" to be involved in the show, enthusing: "I'm meant to be Spider-Man."
Campaigners for McKinnon, who suffers from Asperger's syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder, said they were "overjoyed" and hoped Cameron's comments signalled a resolution to their eight-year campaign.
Miller was "overjoyed," Whitehead said, and confided that he and Inge were planning to name the boy "Eugene" — possibly after Eugene O'Neill, whose play Long Day's Journey into Night, which had won the Pulitzer in 1957, had awed Miller.
Entwistle's mother was described as "overjoyed" when her son announced he was marrying the American girl from Massachusetts.
Braam Duvenhage were "overjoyed" at the decision which brought to an end a five-year legal battle.
Parker says she ` s, quote, "overjoyed" to officially call HBO her creative home.
The unions - Solidarity, the Communication Workers Union and the SA Communication Union - said they were "overjoyed" that
La Reference Plus, which is generally well informed on the situation in the region, said the people of Lodja were "overjoyed" by the arrival of government forces Tuesday, citing correspondents.
Transport Minister Mac Maharaj was "overjoyed" at the results.
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