felicitate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To Provide congratulations to: "We felicitate you on your memory, sir” ( John Fowles).
    • Archaic which will make happy.
    • to help make happy; to please.
    • To express joy or enjoyment to; to desire felicity to; to phone or think about (one's self) delighted; to congratulate.
    • To Provide congratulations to: "We felicitate you on your memory, sir” ( John Fowles).
    • To Provide congratulations to: "We felicitate you on your memory, sir” ( John Fowles).
    • Archaic to produce pleased.
    • Archaic to create happy.
    • which will make very happy; to delight.
    • which will make happy; to delight.
    • to convey happiness or satisfaction to; to desire felicity to; to call or consider (one's self) happy; to congratulate.
    • to convey pleasure or satisfaction to; to wish felicity to; to phone or consider (one's self) delighted; to congratulate.
  • adjective:
    • Outdated Made happy.
    • Made very happy.
    • Made happy.
    • Outdated Made pleased.
    • Obsolete Made pleased.
    • Made very happy.
    • Made happy.
    • Made happy.
    • Made very happy.
  • verb:
    • To congratulate.
    • present congratulations
    • To congratulate.
    • To congratulate.
    • express congratulations
    • express congratulations
  • others:
    • which will make delighted.
    • To congratulate; praise upon a happy occasion: as to felicitate a buddy on his chance.
    • Synonyms Congratulate, Felicitate. See congratulation.
    • Made delighted.
    • In order to make pleased.
    • In order to make happy.
    • To congratulate; go with upon a happy occasion: on felicitate a buddy on their good fortune.
    • To congratulate; match upon a happy occasion: on felicitate a pal on their chance.
    • Synonyms Congratulate, Felicitate. See congratulation.
    • Synonyms Congratulate, Felicitate. See congratulation.
    • Made pleased.
    • Made pleased.

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