Definition of 'bliss'
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It was the perfect recipe for bliss. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Will it be wedded bliss for him at last? The Sun (2015)They have quickly settled in to domestic bliss. The Sun (2010)This escape pod contributes significantly to marital bliss. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Is wedded bliss not quite so blissful any more? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Sounds like all he needs now is a partner to complete his domestic bliss. The Sun (2013)She had clearly written about their marital bliss after she found out about his infidelity. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Would life with her have secured any of the benefits of being a single man while retaining the delights of wedded bliss? Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's difficult to abandon yourself with complete bliss with this cynical voice keeping on inside you. Sand In My Shoes: Wartime Diaries of a WAAF (2006)It's the signature scent of domestic bliss. The Sun (2014)Far less ambiguous is the evidence that Australia and cricket are no longer wedded in bliss. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In this new life of marital bliss we're curious to know the domestic dynamics. The Sun (2014)But the wedded bliss doesn't last. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But the newlyweds' marital bliss is shortlived! The Sun (2008)But just like the ups and downs of the club itself, their relationship is not always domestic bliss. The Sun (2010)Cue lots of jealousy from the usually laidback chap - is his marital bliss about to be chalked off? The Sun (2013)As the young lovers sailed off into wedded bliss, the first series ended with a cliffhanger for the supporting duo. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And oh joy, oh bliss! The Sun (2014)There is no domestic bliss. Times, Sunday Times (2008)What I saw and felt was perfect bliss. The Sun (2010)It's a matter of proportion: four nights a week of domestic bliss suits me wonderfully. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And their quarter-final opponents will be fresher, thanks to their life of domestic bliss. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Complete bliss - truly. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'bliss'
British English: bliss /blɪs/ NOUN
Bliss is a state of complete happiness.
...90 minutes of pure bliss.
- American English: bliss
- Arabic: نَعِيم
- Brazilian Portuguese: felicidade
- Chinese: 福佑
- Croatian: sreća
- Czech: blaženost
- Danish: lykke
- Dutch: gelukzaligheid
- European Spanish: dicha
- Finnish: autuus
- French: félicité
- German: Wonne
- Greek: ευδαιμονία
- Italian: beatitudine
- Japanese: 至福
- Korean: 더없는 기쁨
- Norwegian: lykke
- Polish: błogość
- European Portuguese: felicidade
- Romanian: beatitudine
- Russian: блаженство
- Spanish: dicha
- Swedish: lycksalighet
- Thai: ความสุขอันสุดยอด
- Turkish: mutluluk
- Ukrainian: блаженство
- Vietnamese: niềm hạnh phúc
Definition of bliss from the Collins English Dictionary
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