Do you know what other words to describe ‘happy’?
Today we will learn about the substitutes of ‘happy’.
- Cheery: bright, optimistic.
E.g. “She gave me a cheery smile.”
2. Jovial: in a good spirit.
E.g. “Grandma was plump and jovial.”
3. Gleeful: delighted, full of joy.
E.g. “The park was full of gleeful children playing on sleds.”
4. Content: happy, satisfied.
E.g. “He seems to be getting more content as he gets older.”
5. Blissful: extremely happy.
E.g. “We spent three blissful weeks away from work.”
6. Radiant: obviously very happy.
E.g. “She announced, with a radiant smile, that she was going to have a baby.”
7. Jubilant: expressing great joy.
E.g. “The government has cancelled agricultural taxes, all the farmers are jubilant.”
8. Exuberant: full of energy, excitement.
E.g. “When the two travellers entered the hut, the old couple beamed with genuine exuberant happiness.”
9. Gratify: please, satisfy.
E.g. “Always do right. This will gratify some and astonish the rest – Mark Twain.”
10. Exultant: triumphantly happy.
E.g. “The exultant crowds were dancing in the street.”