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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of happify.

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  • Once this perception of the soul and even some slight degree of knowledge concerning the laws which hold over the destiny of each individual being becomes, through a familiarity with phenomena now everywhere common, understood and accepted, the entire life on this planet will be changed, elevated and happified.

    Insights and Heresies Pertaining to the Evolution of the Soul

  • They allers like to hear the story 'n connection with the native specimens, an' everybody feels happified an 'thankful.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 85, November, 1864

  • And the girls and their ma stood round him like a flock of gay-plumaged birds, or a bokay of brilliant blossoms, and seemed real happified and contented.

    Samantha at the World's Fair

  • But he got real happified up and excited afterwards, in talkin 'over with Josiah what he see to the Conference.'

    Samantha Among the Brethren, Complete

  • Attache; 'now I am happified it's nothin' but 'only an

    The Attaché; or, Sam Slick in England — Complete

  • 'The happiness I late enjoy'd by the fruition of your sweete society gives an incentive to mee to let you knowe how deep you are percullest [11] in my brest, though their injurious feare [youth's usual concomitant] obscured those larger narratives of my most intensive love and really devoted service ... 'twas my present fate then to be lesse expressive when I most admir'de these eminent perfections which both art & nature have adorn'd you with and as being doubtful of obtaining what I heartily desired remained your captive but in confidence of your candid disposition am now your humble petitioner to bee so far happified as to be deemed your honouring servant.

    Devon, Its Moorlands, Streams and Coasts

  • The foregoing description of the Golden Age of Chronos, when "men were rich and lived in plenty," reminds us of Plato's description of the happy age of Atlantis, when "men despised everything but virtue, not caring for their present state of life, and thinking lightly of the possession of gold and other property;" a time when, as the chants of the Delaware Indians stated it (page 109, ante), "all were willingly pleased, all were well-happified."

    Atlantis : the antediluvian world

  • Fall in these words: "All were willingly pleased, all were easy-thinking, and all were well-happified.

    Atlantis : the antediluvian world

  • "Now, look here, Squire; let Copley, if he was alive, but he ain't; and it's a pity too, for it would have kinder happified the old man, to see his son in the House of Lords, wouldn't it?

    The Attaché; or, Sam Slick in England — Complete

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