Sinónimos de happy
feeling or expressing joyI'm just happy to be back running.
They're pleased to be going home.
He was delighted with the public response.
I'm perfectly content with the way the campaign has gone.
I was so thrilled to get a good report from him.
I'm glad I decided to go after all.
The birth of a healthy baby is a truly blessed event.
The staff wear big sunny smiles.
They are both very cheerful in spite of their circumstances.
She was a jolly, kindhearted woman.
He was much loved for his merry nature.
He was ecstatic about the birth of his first child.
I was jubilant after making an impressive comeback.
a joyous celebration of life
We're a very joyful people.
I was elated by my success.
over the moon (informal),
We were both over the moon to hear the news.
Shelley was overjoyed to see me.
a blissful smile
He played to a rapt audience.
on cloud nine (informal), ,
walking on air (informal),
As soon as I got the news I was walking on air.
floating on air,
causing joy or gladnessWe have a very happy marriage.
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His spirit was anything but blithe below the surface.
willingI'm happy to answer any questions.
There are some questions which they will not be willing to answer.
She was always ready to give interviews.
I'll be glad to show you round.
Whenever I return to this place I feel happy and contented.
I am inclined to agree with Alan.
I might be disposed to like him in other circumstances.
fortunate or luckya happy coincidence
He has had a very fortunate life.
They are now desperate for a lucky break.
These outbreaks are a timely reminder that the disease persists.
It is appropriate that Irish names dominate the list.
She will try to arrange a mutually convenient time for an interview.
favourable weather conditions
His career had an auspicious start.
the most propitious moment to launch the campaign
The words of this report are as apt today as they were in 1929.
Free exchange of goods was advantageous to all.
One well-timed word from you may be all it takes to change his mind.
I have arrived at a very opportune moment.
Her speech was not at all felicitous.
Happy the man, and happy he alone
He who can call today his own;
He who, secure within, can say,
Tomorrow, do thy worst, for I have lived today – Imitation of Horace]The happy man is not he who seems thus to others, but who seems thus to himself – Moral Sayings]Call no man happy till he dies, he is at best but fortunateHappy men are grave. They carry their happiness cautiously, as they would a glass filled to the brim which the slightest movement could cause to spill over, or break – Les Diaboliques]No one can be perfectly free till all are free; no one can be perfectly moral till all are moral; no one can be perfectly happy till all are happy – Social Statics]We are never happy: we can only remember that we were so once
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in the sense of advantageous
likely to bring benefitsFree exchange of goods was advantageous to all.
in the sense of appropriate
right or suitableIt is appropriate that Irish names dominate the list.
in the sense of apt
suitable or appropriateThe words of this report are as apt today as they were in 1929.
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