from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Enjoying, showing, or marked by pleasure, satisfaction, or joy. synonym: glad.
- adjective Cheerful; willing.
- adjective Characterized by good luck. synonym: fortunate.
- adjective Being especially well-adapted; felicitous.
- adjective Characterized by a spontaneous or obsessive inclination to use something. Often used in combination.
- adjective Enthusiastic about or involved with to a disproportionate degree. Often used in combination.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To make happy.
- Manifesting or marked by good hap or fortune; lucky; fortuitously fortunate, favorable, or successful: as, a happy contingency or omen; a happy thought or discovery.
- Conscious that one's general condition of feeling is a highly satisfactory one; conscious that one feels, in general, decidedly more pleasure than pain; having a general feeling of pleasure; satisfied; pleased.
- Being in a favorable condition or in advantageous circumstances; fortunate; secure of good; blessed.
- Affording pleasure or enjoyment; bringing or attended with good fortune, luck, or pleasure; agreeable: as, happy thoughts; a happy condition; happier times.
- Indicative or expressive of happiness; joyful: as, the happy shouts of children; happy smiles or tears.
- Apt; fitting the purpose, occasion, or circumstances; opportune; felicitous: as, a happy expedient; a happy retort.
- Dexterous; ready; able.
- Synonyms Happy, Felicitous, Fortunate, Lucky. Felicitous is now rarely used except in the sense of apt and pleasing, a sense in which happy also is used: as, a felicitous or happy combination, answer, speech. Fortunate and lucky, by their derivations, are a higher and a lower term for the prosperous turns of chance or the lot in life. Happy, though essentially the same by derivation, has a broader application; it is never altogether separated from the idea of enjoyment. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Favored by hap, luck, or fortune; lucky; fortunate; successful; prosperous; satisfying desire
- adjective Experiencing the effect of favorable 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.
- adjective Dexterous; ready; apt; felicitous.
- adjective a collection of animals of different and hostile propensities living peaceably together in one cage. Used ironically of conventional alliances of persons who are in fact mutually repugnant.
- adjective trusting to hap or luck; improvident; easy-going.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Experiencing the effect of
favourable fortune; having the feeling arising from the consciousnessof well-beingor of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, as peace, tranquillity, comfort; contented; joyous.
- adjective Favored by
luckor fortune; lucky.
Dexterous; ready; apt; felicitous.
Content, satisfied(with or to do something); having no objection(to something).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure
- adjective eagerly disposed to act or to be of service
- adjective marked by good fortune
- adjective well expressed and to the point
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
I love to make people happy, and I think that giving away a box of yummy things will make someone *happy*.
THANKSS LOTSSSSS = D happy happy~ but somehow, somewhere, there's still something missing within me .... we need a miracle!
In order to be happy oneself it is necessary to make at least one other person happy .
"I shall be happy -- no, _happy_ is not a good word for me -- I shall be glad to see you in my studio when I have moved in, and perhaps you may see some things to please you."
I. _Barzillai was evidently by nature a warm-hearted, sunshiny old man, himself happy and making others happy_.
He took my hand, -- Yes, Madam, to make _me_ happy, -- for ever happy, -- to make _Sir James_ and _Lady Powis happy_, you have only to determine not to quit your native country.
With best wishes for you for a happy, _happy_ New Year,
She surveyed us both with a look of composure and satisfaction, expressive of her conviction that we should be happy, happy with one another.
"Well, parson," replied the only half-converted youth, "I am not damn happy, just _happy, _ that's all."
MY DEAREST VICTORIA, -- I have to thank you for two extremely kind and dear letters, which made me very happy, and your kind heart would be pleased to know _how happy_.